95th Street and Book Road Intersection Improvements

The City has identified the need for improvements at the intersection of 95th Street and Book Road. These improvements will serve to improve traffic flow, thereby reducing congestion and delay. Anticipated improvements may include creating additional through lanes and turn lanes and making modifications to the existing traffic signal. Preliminary engineering is currently underway to assess the existing conditions and determine the optimal improvements.


This project is currently on hold. City staff intends to resume preliminary engineering in 2022 with design engineering occurring in 2024 and construction beginning in 2026. It is anticipated that the improvements will be completed within one construction season.

Public Involvement

May 22, 2018 Public Meeting

An initial public meeting took place on May 22, 2018. The purpose of this meeting was to introduce the project to the public and gather feedback to make sure that the existing conditions are fully recognized. All comments received were considered part of the public record. Exhibits from the meeting:

Sept. 20, 2018 Public Meeting

A second public meeting to discuss planning for potential improvements to the intersection was held on Thursday, September 20, 2018. The purpose of this meeting was to present to stakeholders conceptual alternatives for improvements along with their performance, review preliminary impacts and costs, and seek input from the public on the project. All comments received were considered part of the public record. Exhibits from the meeting:

June 6, 2019 Public Hearing

A final public hearing was held on June 6, 2019 in conjunction with the City of Naperville Transportation Advisory Board (TAB) meeting. The purpose of the hearing was to present the preferred alternative, allow the public to give comments, and provide updates on the overall project progress and schedule. A copy of the presentation can be viewed here and a video recording of the hearing is available through the City’s agenda management system. TAB recommended approval of the preferred alternative, which can be viewed here. Exhibits from the hearing:

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