Illinois Tollway-Elgin O'Hare Expressway (Illinois Route 390) Projects

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Project Overview - All information courtesy of the Illinois Tollway

Elgin O'Hare Western Access (EOWA) In 2016, construction will continue to build the new Illinois Route 390 Tollway from I-290 east to Illinois Route 83 along Thorndale Avenue, including building new bridges and frontage roads to accommodate local traffic. In addition, work will continue at the I-290 Interchange Project and on the new Wood Dale Road Interchange, as well as at Elmhurst Road Interchange Project on I-90.

Illinois Route 390 Project In 2016, the Illinois Route 390 Project is constructing Illinois Route 390 east to Illinois Route 83, including construction of bridges and frontage roads to accommodate local traffic. Construction of the new eastbound frontage road is scheduled to be complete in summer of 2016. The new roadway between Rohlwing Road and Illinois Route 83 is scheduled to be complete by the end of 2017.

I-290 Interchange Project As part of the new Illinois Route 390 Tollway, the Illinois Tollway is completely rebuilding the I-290 Interchange.

Scheduled to be complete by the end of 2017, the I-290 Interchange Project is estimated at approximately $440 million and will include 17 ramps and 15 new bridges in the interchange area between Meacham/Medinah Road and Prospect Avenue and will create direct access with free-flow traffic movements to and from Illinois Route 390 in all directions.

Wood Dale Road Interchange Project  In 2016, work continues to build the new full-access Wood Dale Road Interchange to improve travel and provide access to the new Illinois Route 390 Tollway.

The new $26 million Wood Dale Road Interchange Project includes construction of a new bridge providing two lanes in each direction to carry Wood Dale Road traffic over the Illinois Route 390 Tollway, as well as construction of new ramps carrying traffic to and from frontage roads to provide full access to the Illinois Route 390 Tollway. The new interchange is scheduled to be complete by the end of 2017.

Overview - The Illinois Tollway will maintain local access for the Hamilton Lakes Business Park and Clover Ridge subdivision throughout construction of the new Illinois Route 390 Tollway.

To westbound Illinois Route 390 Tollway or I-290 from Hamilton Lakes Business Park
Hamilton Lakes Business Park traffic will use Park Boulevard, Hamilton Lakes Drive, Pierce Road and Ketter Drive to access the Ketter Drive entrance ramp to the westbound Illinois Route 390 Tollway or I-290.

To Hamilton Lakes Business Park from the east
Traffic on westbound Thorndale Avenue will use the westbound frontage road to access Arlington Heights Road and Ketter Drive to access the Hamilton Lakes Business Park.

To westbound Illinois Route 390 Tollway or I-290 from Clover Ridge subdivision
Traffic within the Clover Ridge subdivision will use northbound Hamilton Lakes Drive, Pierce Road and Ketter Drive to access the Ketter Drive entrance ramp to the westbound Illinois Route 390 Tollway or I-290.

To Clover Ridge subdivision from eastbound Illinois Route 390 Tollway
Traffic will use the westbound frontage road, Ketter Drive, Pierce Road and Hamilton Lakes Drive to reach Clover Ridge Lane. Access to Tall Oaks Drive or Nicole Way via the eastbound frontage road. No left turns will be allowed onto one-way eastbound Thorndale Avenue.

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Illinois Tollway August 19, 2016, Press Release: Frontage Road Traffic Shifts Scheduled to Begin this Month for Construction of the Illinois Route 390 Tollway

Traffic shifts are scheduled to begin at the end of August to move traffic onto a new frontage road system along Thorndale Avenue between I-290 and York Road to allow for the construction of the new Illinois Route 390 Tollway east toward O’Hare International Airport, read more here

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Illinois Route 390 Tollway Detour