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Study Description

This project will repair a gap in the sidewalk connectivity along Wolf Road near North Avenue. Repairs will allow pedestrians to directly cross the intersection of Wolf Road and an access driveway to a shopping center. This section of Wolf Road is served by Pace Route 309 and Routes 318 and 320 operate nearby on North Avenue. Two bus shelters will also be constructed at the stops just to the south of this intersection as part of the project.

 
Status
Status:In Progress
Program:Access to Transit Improvement Program
Program Year:2018
Grantee:City of Northlake
Current Activities:City is issuing an RFP (Request for Proposal) for Phase II engineering and expects to be under contract in 2019.
Information Updated:September 2019
RTA Project Manager:Michael Horsting
 
Funding
SourceCorridor PlanningTotal
RTA$0.00$11,496.00$11,496
Local$40,000.00$34,488.00$74,488
CMAQ$160,000.00$183,936.00$343,936
Total$200,000.00$229,920.00$429,920
 
Study Documents
none
 
Related Studies
Pace North Avenue Corridor Study (2015)
 
Related Transit Assets
Pace Bus Routes:309 Lake Street accessible
 
Related Jurisdictions
Counties:Cook
Municipalities:Northlake
US Congressional Districts:4 Chuy Garcia, 5 Mike Quigley
Illinois Senate Districts:39 Don Harmon
Illinois House Districts:77 Kathleen Willis
County Board Districts:Cook 16
Chicago Wards:none
Councils of Mayors:North Central
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