The DuPage County Division of Transportation released its Transportation Improvement Plan on Tuesday, April 25, identifying capital improvement projects the County will undertake over the next five years.
The $271 million program focuses investments on a state of good repair, system enhancement, system expansion, and mode choice. Projects will be funded using a combination of local, state, and federal sources.
The 2023-2027 Transportation Improvement Plan includes continued investment in projects that extend the service life of existing infrastructure, including the County's annual resurfacing program, traffic signal and street light maintenance, and bridge and sidewalk repairs. Major improvement projects in the Plan include:
- Replacing the bridge on Bloomingdale Road over the Canadian National Railroad
- Replacing the bridge on Geneva Road over the West Branch of the DuPage River
- Replacing the bridge on Warrenville Road over the East Branch DuPage River
- Intersection improvements on Lemont Road at 83rd and 87th streets
- Widening and resurfacing Naperville Road from Naperville-Wheaton Road/Ridgeland Avenue to Diehl Road
- Reconstruction and adding lanes along Fabyan Parkway from the west county line to Illinois Route 38
- Reconstruction of York Road from north of Illinois Route 19 to Devon Avenue
- Construction of the East Branch DuPage River Trail from the Illinois Prairie Path to the Great Western Trail
- Preliminary engineering of the East Branch DuPage River Trail from Illinois Route 56 to the Illinois Prairie Path
Visit DuPage County’s website for more information about the DuPage County FY 2023-2027 Transportation Improvement Plan.