Waukegan Intermodal Transit Facility Study
The Waukegan Intermodal Transit Facility Study recommends connecting the downtown area, which is located on a bluff, with the lakefront and the Metra commuter rail station utilizing transit-oriented development principles. A key component includes provisions for the development of an intermodal facility. The plan also recommends improved pedestrian, vehicular and transit access as part of the new facility. The study was completed in December 2000.
|Project Type(s):||Transit-Oriented Development Plan|
|Grantee:||City of Waukegan|
|Current Activities:||Waukegan completed the Washington Street Commercial Corridor Plan with assistance from CMAP's Local Technical Assistance Program in 2015. The plan identify opportunities for economic development along a main artery of downtown Waukegan.
|Information Updated:||May 2017|
|City of Waukegan Intermodal Transit Facility Study (December, 2000)|
|Waukegan Metra Station and Pace Route Access Improvements (2018)|
|Related Transit Assets|
|Metra Stations:||Waukegan (UP-N)
|US Congressional Districts:||10 Brad Schneider|
|Illinois Senate Districts:||30 Terry Link|
|Illinois House Districts:||60 Rita Mayfield|
|County Board Districts:||Lake 8, Lake 9|
|Councils of Mayors:||Lake|