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Study Description

The project funds pedestrian-related improvements along Ridgeland Avenue between 102nd and 111th Streets, which is served by the Chicago Ridge Metra station and Pace Route 384. Improvements include a new crosswalk, pedestrian signal countdowns, pavement striping, pedestrian railroad safety gates, ornamental lighting, way-finding signs, and bike racks.

Status:In Progress
Program:Access to Transit Improvement Program
Program Year:2016
Grantee:Village of Chicago Ridge
Current Activities:Engineering design and construction responsibilities will be divided between the Village, which will manage the roadway improvement elements, and Metra, which will manage the railroad-related improvements, such as the pedestrian crossing gates. Final plans and draft construction observation agreements were issued to IDOT the week of June 10th. The project is tentatively scheduled for an IDOT solicitation of bids in September 2019, with material procurement over the winter and construction for both sections of the project to likely begin in spring of 2020.
Information Updated:July 2019
RTA Project Manager:Michael Horsting
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Pace Bus Routes:384 Narragansett - Ridgeland accessible
Related Jurisdictions
Municipalities:Chicago Ridge, Worth
US Congressional Districts:3 Dan Lipinski
Illinois Senate Districts:18 Bill Cunningham
Illinois House Districts:35 Frances Ann Hurley, 36 Kelly M. Burke
County Board Districts:Cook 6
Chicago Wards:none
Councils of Mayors:Southwest
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