The Illinois Department of Transportation is taking a new direction by taking a sustainable approach to resurfacing projects.
A major road project is slated to begin Monday in the Metro East, if weather conditions allow.
The snow and ice that have been dumped on us so far this winter is now being measured in dollars both in Illinois and Missouri.
If as clearing the snow and ice from Illinois roads and interstates wasn’t bad enough, Illinois plows are now dealing with impatient motorists.
On both sides of the Mississippi River the battle to clear the roads continues, but slow, steady progress is being made, according to area transportation officials.
Discovery made by IDOT employees in area about 120 miles southeast of Springfield.
Traffic had been diverted away from the construction zone since early in the weekend.
“Although a bridge may be deemed or categorized as structurally deficient, it doesn’t necessarily mean that bridge is unsafe to travel on,” Jae Miller of IDOT said.
Officials say westbound I-64 will be reduced to one lane between 18th Street and 9th Street in East St. Louis Wednesday, weather permitting.
Brian and Maria talk to IDOT’s Alcohol Program Director Shannon Alderman about warning motorists to drive sober or get pulled over. Big Shark’s Mike Weiss tells Brian and Maria about this weekend’s annual Gateway Cup. […]