From the McHenry County Transportation Department:
Randall Road Project Receives $20 Million Federal Grant
WOODSTOCK, Ill. – McHenry County has secured an additional $20 million in federal funding for the second phase of the Randall Road improvement project.
Federal funding, more specifically the Surface Transportation Program funds from Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning will assist improvements on Randall Road from Ackman Road, in Crystal Lake, to Polaris Drive/Acorn Lane, in Lake in the Hills.
Federal funding received for the project at the time of this writing total $37.9 million.
Work completed two years ago on the first phase of the Randall Road project, which added lanes, upgraded flow at the intersection of Randall and Algonquin roads, added two new signalized intersections and added pedestrian and bicycle accommodations, including a pedestrian underpass and paved walkways.
Construction for the second phase is scheduled to begin in 2024. Randall Road Northern Segment Project is more than road widening with plans to construct multi-use paths, transit improvements, as well as sidewalk accommodations along with ADA improvements.
You can learn more about the project ahere, and you can follow the Division of Transportation on Facebook here and you can follow the Division of Transportation on Facebook here to stay abreast of construction projects on county highways.
The total cost for the Randall Road Northern Segment project is estimated to be $59 million, more specifically $59,044,839.00.
Found the information via: