U.S. 30 in Lynwood to be reduced to one lane

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(LYNWOOD) The Illinois Department of Transportation said that westbound U.S. 30 in south suburban Lynwood will be reduced to one lane Oct. 20.

The lane closures will be at the Canadian National railroad crossing, just west of the temporary signals to warn traffic of approaching trains, according to a statement from the Illinois Department of Transportation.

Both eastbound lanes will remain open while one westbound lane is closed from Oct. 20 until Oct. 24.

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