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Revive 755:
Plan sheets for the DDI are here:
http://eplan.dot.il.gov/desenv/061413/60I31-198/PLANS/

Where the projects are posted by letting:
http://www.dot.il.gov/desenv/delett.html


--- Quote from: kphoger on June 06, 2013, 10:50:02 AM ---In fact, Brandon, you posted about it back in January:
I-88 / ILL-59 - First DDI in Illinois

Perhaps "rebid" means something different?

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The Item Descriptions (http://www.dot.il.gov/desenv/061413/nlitemdesc.pdf) under the notice of letting lists the project as being previously bid in January of 2013.  I'm not sure why it was rejected; the January bid tab (http://www.dot.il.gov/desenv/011813/ac011813/Dist101182013.pdf) indicates that the bid price was around the acceptable estimated range back in January and had more than one contractor place a bid.

ET21:
Hopefully it'll help cure the backup it causes on West 88 when approaching the exit. Just as long as it doesn't cause horrid backups

Revive 755:
Five items on the August letting have maps that may be interesting to some:

1) This one has a map on Sheet 4 that shows the corridors for the IL 53 extension and IL 120 in Lake County, shows the Amstutz being extended south and then west to end at the I-94 interchange with IL 137, and shows the once proposed Lake Freeway in Wisconsin tying into the I-94/US 41 interchange.
http://eplan.dot.il.gov/desenv/080213/60W63-023/PLANS/PL-60W63-023.pdf

2) This one has a map on Sheet 4 that shows the IL 120 corridor through western Lake and McHenry Counties, though I think it is another old map that got used since more recent proposals have the IL 120 facility staying south of the existing IL 120 until a point near the intersection of IL 120 with IL 60.
http://eplan.dot.il.gov/desenv/080213/60W64-024/PLANS/PL-60W64-024.pdf

3) The map on Sheet 4 in this set is definitely old since I-355 is not shown as complete, but it shows a continuation of the IL 394 freeway along IL 394 and then branching off of IL 1 to pass east of Beecher.  It also shows the South Suburban branching off of IL 394.
http://eplan.dot.il.gov/desenv/080213/60W67-027/PLANS/PL-60W67-027.pdf

4) This one shows an earlier alignment of the Elgin O'Hare east of York Road on Sheet 4.
http://eplan.dot.il.gov/desenv/080213/60W66-026/PLANS/PL-60W66-026.pdf

5) Sheet 4 of this set shows more of the original alignment of the eastern end of the Elgin O'Hare, shows a western extension of the EOE to the US 20 bypass of Elgin, shows the IL 53 extension being open north of Lake Cook Road, and shows something proposed east of I-90/I-94 that ends near the IL 19 intersection with Lake Shore Drive.
http://eplan.dot.il.gov/desenv/080213/60W68-028/PLANS/PL-60W68-028.pdf

3467:
I saw those maps used in their annual plans (not the 5 year ones) in the 80s I think , The downstate supplemental freeways were in the annuals from 72-79 and then the terms was switched to Principle Arterials..and no set corridors.

Rick Powell:

--- Quote from: Revive 755 on July 29, 2013, 08:50:14 PM ---3) The map on Sheet 4 in this set is definitely old since I-355 is not shown as complete, but it shows a continuation of the IL 394 freeway along IL 394 and then branching off of IL 1 to pass east of Beecher.  It also shows the South Suburban branching off of IL 394.
http://eplan.dot.il.gov/desenv/080213/60W67-027/PLANS/PL-60W67-027.pdf

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Both the village's land use plan and the South Suburban Airport master plan envision the Beecher bypass being west of, not east of Beecher, utilizing the Ashland Avenue corridor.   

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