Resurfacing Work on 75th Street Between Route 59 and Olympus Drive Begins Week of May 14

NAPERVILLE, Ill. — Pending weather or unforeseen circumstances, DuPage County-led work to resurface 75th Street from IL Route 59 to Olympus Drive is scheduled to begin the week of May 14, 2018. Throughout construction, daily lane closures along 75th Street from Route 59 to Olympus Drive will be necessary. Work is expected to be complete by late August 2018.

Resurfacing along 75th Street is part of DuPage County’s efforts to improve the condition and rideability of the roadway. One through lane of traffic in each direction along 75th Street will be maintained at all times. Work will occur during daytime hours only. There will be no eastbound lane closures prior to 8:30 a.m. and no westbound lane closures after 3:30 p.m. Motorists traveling in this area are encouraged to allow extra time to get to their destination and use caution while traveling through the work zone.

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