Longer wait for new I-90 ramps
Completion date for full Huntley interchange pushed into fall
HUNTLEY – Route 47 commuters wanting to use new eastbound and westbound ramps on Interstate 90 in Huntley will have to wait a little longer because of some minor delays to the multimillion-dollar interchange project.
The Illinois Toll Highway Authority originally estimated this summer as the time when travelers could start using the revamped interchange at Route 47 and I-90 that would for the first time allow commuters to go east and west along the interstate from Route 47.
But since breaking ground on the project in June, engineers have had to redesign support piers for the bridges that carry Route 47 traffic over the interstate, and Tollway officials took longer than anticipated to acquire nearby properties to make room for the six new ramps.
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