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The Illinois Department of Transportation announced Tuesday that, weather permitting, construction on Illinois 64 (Washington Street) in Oregon will begin Wednesday, July 24.
Entering one of its busiest construction seasons ever, the Illinois Department of Transportation announced Tuesday that major projects in the Rockford area are planned or underway, fueled by Gov. JB Pritzker’s historic, bipartisan Rebuild Illinois capital program.
The Illinois Department of Transportation today announced the launch of Next Move Illinois, a new statewide public transportation plan to create a strategic vision, recommend policy, make performance updates, and identify specific initiatives.
The Illinois Department of Transportation announced that there will be a combination of detoured traffic, periodic traffic stops, and overnight lane closures on Interstate 39 and U.S. 20 at Mulford Road in Rockford.
The Rock River Development Authority (RRDA) is set to host its annual River Cleanup event at the Oppold Marina in Sterling on Saturday, June 22, from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
The City of Rock Falls announces several road and parking lot closures on Monday, June 10th, due to the Sick Summer's Rock Falls Block Party. With an anticipated turnout of 300 to 550 cars, closures will be in effect from 10:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m.
Improvements to the Dixon Memorial Arch will begin today, Wednesday, June 5th.
The Illinois Department of Transportation announced that weather permitting, construction on the bridges carrying Riverdale Road and Buell Road over Interstate 88 in Rock Falls will begin Monday, June 3.
The Illinois Department of Transportation today announced that weather permitting, construction on Illinois 40 in Whiteside County begins Tuesday, May 28. The work zone is from Interstate 88 in Rock Falls to Illinois 92.
Construction on southbound Illinois 2 in Dixon began Monday, May 13. The work zone is between White Oak Lane and Shop Road.

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