COOK COUNTY LAKE COOK ROAD
Honorable Toni Preckwinkle, President
Cook County Board of Commissioners
John Yonan, P.E., Superintendent
Department of Transportation & Highways
As of 3/23/20 Aptakisic Road between Buffalo Grove Road and IL-83 (McHenry Road) will be closed to through traffic.
Starting the week of 3/30/20 IL-83 (McHenry Rd) between Fairway View Drive and Lake Cook Road will be placed into Stage 1 Maintenance of Travel configuration. During this stage lanes will be reduced to a single lane in each direction.
There will be daily lane closures from 7:00 am - 4:00 pm Monday - Friday throughout the project site.
For more information, please visit the Project Updates section.
The Cook County Department of Transportation and Highways (DOTH) goes beyond transportation; accelerating economic growth and fostering thriving communities by promoting and investing in our region.
With this mission in mind, the Cook County DOTH is leading the effort to deliver the Cook County Lake Cook Road Reconstruction Project.
Marking the border between Cook and Lake Counties, Lake Cook Road is a major east-west corridor serving several communities and over 40,000 daily vehicle trips.
Currently, automobile traffic congestion and safety issues for both pedestrians and cyclists have guided Cook County DOTH’s plans for upgrading the Lake Cook Road corridor between Hastings Lane in Wheeling and Raupp Boulevard in Buffalo Grove.
The project will widen this heavily traveled corridor, adding one lane in each direction and dedicated turn lanes at each intersection. Additional improvements will occur along Buffalo Grove Road, McHenry Road (IL-83) and Weiland Road as part of this project. A detailed map of the project area below provides an overall view of the project area.
The Cook County Lake Cook Road Reconstruction Project will provide:
The significance of this project is highlighted in Cook County's 2019-2024 Proposed Transportation Improvement Program, as a critical expansion project. The Cook County Department of Transportation and Highways is working with partners in the public and private sector to be good stewards of public funds and minimize use of Cook County resident tax dollars.