Long Range Transportation Plan - Online Survey Launch
KDOT is in the process of updating the County's 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan. The Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) is a blueprint to address the transportation and mobility needs of those living and working in the County over the next 20 years. Public input helps us provide a transportation network that improves quality of life and accessiblity for everyone. An online interactive survey will be open Monday, October 3, 2016 through Monday, December 5, 2016. The survey is availalbe in both English and Spansih. Visit the LRTP webpage to read more about the process, send a comment and find a link to the survey.
Impact Fee Update Public Process
An update to the Kane County Comprehensive Road Improvement Program (CRIP) or Impact Fee Program is currently underway. State law governing road impact fees requires an update every five years. The Kane County Impact Fee Advisory Committee started meeting in December 2015 and will work throughout 2016 and into 2017 to complete the update. The Kane County Board will ultimately review and consider the update in 2017.
Follow the public process here.
Longmeadow Parkway Bridge Corridor FAQ's
To learn more about his project, please see our documentation on the most frequently asked questions (FAQs)
Randall Road - Flashing Yellow Arrow Update
Installation continues on Flashing Yellow Arrow (FYA) to traffic signals along Randall Road between the intersections of Fabyan Parkway and Silver
Glen Road. Most of the traffic signals in this area began using Flashing Yellow Arrow (FYA) indications in addition
to the traditional steady Red, Yellow, and Green arrows during the later part of 2015, and work continues along this area to complete the project. You may notice workers at intersections finalizing these improvements during 2016.
Visit Randall Road
(HSIP) for more information regarding this change and other project
Longmeadow Parkway over the Fox River Flyover Video
As part of the final design of the proposed Longmeadow Parkway over the Fox River bridge and approaches, the engineering team, led by Crawford Murphy and Tilly, assisted by Invision, developed a video to visualize a portion of the corridor. The video begins with a view of the south side of the Fox River bridge, moves to the proposed mixed use path overpass within the Brunner Family Forest Preserve, tracks in an easterly direction to the intersection of Longmeadow Parkway and the Bolz Road connector, then turns around heading in a westerly direction back over the bridge and finishing back at the Brunner Family Forest Preserve proposed mixed use path overpass. Visit the Longmeadow Parkway webpage for additional information.