From Illinois Business Journal news services
Major road projects are planned in East St. Louis, Grafton and Monroe County, the Illinois Department of Transportation says.
– Lane restrictions will be encountered on Illinois Route 111 from just north of St. Clair Avenue to State Street beginning on Monday, April 18, weather permitting. These lane restrictions are needed to complete pavement repairs and resurfacing. Flaggers will be utilized to maintain two-way traffic through the work zone. Work on the project is expected to be completed by mid-June 2016, weather permitting. The contractor on this project is Keeley and Sons from East St. Louis. Joe Gasaway is the supervising field engineer for the Illinois Department of Transportation in the area. Questions may be directed to him at (618) 346-3354.
– Illinois Route 100 from Ski Lift Road to Vine Street and Illinois Route 3 from north of Grafton Hills Drive to Illinois Route 100 will be intermittently restricted to one lane beginning April 18. This work will take place daily between the hours of 6 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. and is necessary to place a thin asphalt surface on the roadway. This work is expected to be completed by July of this year. The contractor is Microsurfacing Contractors of St. Louis. John Adcock is the supervising field engineer and may be contacted at (618) 346-3352.
— Lane restrictions will be encountered on northbound and southbound Illinois 3 between Waterloo and Red Bud beginning on Monday, April 18, between the hours of 6 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. A new asphalt overlay is being constructed and should be completed by June. Contractor on the project is Keeley and Sons from East St. Louis. Joe Gasaway is the supervising field engineer.
Additional information is available at http://stl-traffic.org and https://twitter.com/IDOTDistrict8.