Overnight lane closures on I-90 scheduled to begin Monday in Elk Grove Village

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Temporary overnight lanes closures on the Jane Addams Memorial Tollway (I-90) will begin Monday in northwest suburban Elk Grove Village to install new beams on the Elmhurst Road bridge over the highway.

Weather permitting, overnight lane closures are scheduled between Feb. 29 and March 2, according to a statement from the Illinois Tollway.

On all three nights, one lane will close in both directions at 8 p.m. and a second lane will close at midnight, the tollway said. Intermittent full lane closures lasting 15 minutes are scheduled each night from midnight to 5 a.m., at which point all lanes will reopen.

A traffic shift on Elmhurst Road is also scheduled for early March, the tollway said.

Between Touhy Avenue and I-90, southbound Elmhurst Road traffic will be shifted to the right onto temporary pavement and northbound traffic Elmhurst Road traffic will be shifted to the left, the tollway said. Between Oakton Street and I-90, both directions of traffic will stay on the northbound side of the roadway.

The $54 million Elmhurst Interchange Project, part of the $3.4 billion Elgin O’Hare Western Access Project, is scheduled for completion in 2016, the tollway said.

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