Kane County Will Add Urethane Pavement Markings To 18 Miles of Highway, Including Randall Road, Starting July 26

Kane County Will Add Urethane Pavement Markings To 18 Miles of Highway, Including Randall Road, Starting July 26

Kane County will begin Urethane Pavement Marking Program work the week of July 26, 2021, weather permitting.

The work will include installation of urethane pavement makings onto 18 miles of county highways as indicated on the map below and includes the following locations:

  • Bowes Road from Muirhead Road to about 40 feet xouth of Nesler Road.
  • Bowes Road from about 315 feet east of Reserve Drive to McLean Boulevard.
  • Fabyan Parkway from Kingsland Drive to Randall Road.
  • Randall Road from Glen Eagle Drive to IL Route 38.
  • Randall Road from IL Route 38 to Dean Street.
  • Randall Road from U.S. Highway 20 to Point Boulevard.
  • Stearns Road from Old Stearns Road to Randall Road.

The county’s typical process is to apply the durable urethane pavement marking to the high volume county highways. This pavement marking project will improve the visibility of the lane markings for the motoring public.

The work is anticipated to be completed by the end of October.

Temporary daily lane closures will be required from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday to safely accomplish this work.

Lane closures are scheduled to start in the north end of the county, working their way south until all necessary lane lines have been restriped. The north to south progression may change as weather impacts may dictate alternate striping sequences. Temporary flagger control of intersections will be required in order to safely accomplish the work

Please watch for workers, equipment on the roadway and shoulders, anticipate increased travel times and exercise caution while traveling in freshly painted areas.

Motorists should expect delays while traveling through the work areas, consider alternate routes and expect additional commute time.

Visit KDOT’s Traffic Advisories webpage for more information on road closures, detours, and active KDOT projects.

SOURCE: KDOT news release