Kane County is beginning its summer project to rehab no less than eight bridges throughout the county.
According to a Kane County Division of Transportation news release, work will begin this week (Monday, June 21, 2021) on the county’s annual Bridge Rehabilitation Program that’s expected to last about three months.
Construction work hours will be from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday though Saturday on the following bridges:
- Bliss Road over Blackberry Creek
- Fabyan Parkway over Mill Creek
- Randall Road over Tyler Creek the Union Pacific Railroad tracks
- Randall Road over the Union Pacific Railroad tracks
- Tanner Road over Lake Run Creek
- Thatcher Road over Virgil Ditch No. 1
- Walker Road over Burlington Creek
- La Fox Road over Mill Creek (South Crossing)
The Bridge Rehabilitation Program is part of the county’s comprehensive maintenance program to increase the longevity of the county’s bridges by sealing, cleaning and repairing portions of these structures in order to increase longevity.
Motorists should expect delays while traveling through the work areas, consider alternate routes and expect additional commute time.
Motorists are asked to reduce their speed, watch for construction workers and vehicles entering and leaving the site and obey flaggers and traffic control devices. It is illegal to talk or text on a cell phone while driving.
Visit KDOT’s Traffic Advisories webpage for more information on road closures, detours, and active KDOT projects.