If you drive down Naper Boulevard in Naperville get ready for some inconvenience. Resurfacing work started on the road Tuesday (Sept. 28) between Hobson Road and 75th Street reducing traffic to one lane in each direction between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. The good news is that the project is expected to be completed by mid-October. Click here for a link to the Naperville city Website's traffic updates.
September 2010 Archives
Be fore warned: Union Street in Plainfield, on both sides of Route 30, will be closed to all traffic starting at 8 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 16. The roadway will remain closed until the intersection improvements at Route 59 and Route 30 are completed.
Motorists will experience a little Illinois-style alchemy starting on Sept. 15, when new traffic fines will turn lead feet into gold.
The state legislators upped the fine amounts for some minor infractions, including speeding, which will cost an additional $54.
With decreasing tax revenue the state, as well as other governing bodies, have been looking to quasi-criminal fines to pad the 'ol coffers.
The Sun-Times outlines the issue here.
So be forewarned.
Having a lead foot will mean less gold in your pocket.