Cook County Board Approves Funding to Improve Transportation Throughout Cook County

The Cook County Board of Commissioners approved funding today for transportation-related projects for the County’s Department of Transportation and Highways (DoTH). These vital projects boost economic development, build up regional transportation and improve the quality of life throughout Cook County.

Hazel Crest | $270,000

Resurfacing of various residential streets along with ADA accessibility improvement. 

South Cook County | $500,000

Professional design services for the advancement of the Pace Pulse South Halsted which will improve the efficiency of service along the 352 Halsted route between CTA 95th Street Red Line station and the Harvey transportation center.

Worth | $85,000

Professional design services for Ridgeland Avenue Path Improvements project to evaluate alternatives to provide a connection to the Cal Sag Trail. 

Skokie | $34,460,290

Reconstruction of Old Orchard Road between Woods Drive and Skokie Boulevard providing a new bridge over the Edens Expressway and a new multi-use path for pedestrians and bicyclists along the corridor.

To view DoTH’s interactive construction project map, visit:


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