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posted: 4/29/2013 5:30 AM

Suburban road projects

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Here's a look at some of the major road work ongoing this construction season across the region:

Cook County

• Willow Road reconstruction between Harlem Avenue and I-94

• Lake-Cook Road reconstruction between Pfingsten Road and Pinetree Road

• Hart Road resurfacing from Lake-Cook Road to south of Route 14

• Mannheim Road lane additions between Higgins and Irving Park Roads

• Resurfacing on Arlington Heights Road between Brantwood and Higgins Roads

DuPage County

• Route 53 widening and reconstruction from Army Trail Road to the Elgin-O'Hare Expressway

• Butterfield Road widening and rebuild from Route 59 to Naperville Road

• Route 64 widening and reconstruction in St. Charles and West Chicago between 7th Avenue and west of Route 59

Kane County

• Route 20 and McLean Boulevard interchange reconstruction in Elgin

• Orchard Road resurfacing from Tanner Road to Randall Road

• Anderson Road improvements from Keslinger Road to Route 38

• Randall Road resurfacing from Orchard Road to Main Street

Lake County

• Route 83 and Rollins Road intersection reconstruction

• Fairfield Road and Route 176 intersection widening and rebuild

• Washington Street widening between Cedar Lake Road and Hainesville Road

• Wadsworth Road and Route 131 improvements

• Milwaukee Avenue reconstruction between Routes 120 and 137

McHenry County

• Construction of the Algonquin Road bypass at Route 31 in Algonquin

• Widening on Johnsburg Road between Route 31 and Spring Grove Road

• Reconstruction on Charles J. Miller Road between Green Street and River Road

• Reconstruction on River Road from Drucker Lane to Sutton Court

• Reconstruction on Walkup Road from Crystal Springs Road to Bull Valley Road and from Railroad Street to Burning Bush Trail

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