Division of Transportation - Joseph R. Korpalski, Director of Transportation

Current Construction

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Active Construction Projects

Road Resurfacing 

  • 2017 Road Resurfacing continues

Construction Update 12/15/2017

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IDOT Construction Projects

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Bridge Rehabilitation 

Road Closures 

Road Restrictions

Developer Projects

  • Southeast corner of Rakow Road & Pyott Road in the City of Crystal Lake
    Restoration work along Pyott Road in front of newly constructed entrance and turn lane for new Bucky’s Convenience/Gas Store development.

  • Northeast corner of West Union Road & South Union Road in the Village of Union
    Restoration work along West Union Road for newly constructed entrance and turn lane for new D5 Iron Works development

  • Intersection of Ramer Road and Lawrence Road in the City of Harvard
    Construction of new road (Potawatomi Drive) and turn lane on north side of Ramer Road
    Re-striping of existing median on Ramer Road to create a left-turn lane

  • Northwest corner of Algonquin Road and Harvest Gate Road in the Village of Algonquin
    Site development and entrances for new Speedway Convenience/Gas store development
    Entrances will be on Harvest Gate Road with some site grading on north side of Algonquin Road

  • 8705 Pyott Road, south of Rakow Road near Lake in the Hills Airport, in the Village of Lake in the HillsConstruction of new site storm drain connection to Pyott Road ditch

  • Easterly side of Virginia Road, south of U.S. Highway 14 in the City of Crystal Lake
    Utility connections and reconstruction of driveways, on Virginia Road adjacent to Walgreens, for new Mariano’s Development

Time Lapse Construction Projects

Charles J. Miller Road


  • The Charles J. Miller Road Bridge was first built in 1988 by the McHenry County Division of Transportation To provide for current and future traffic demand along Miller Road, a second bridge was proposed. The new bridge, built north of the current bridge, was completed in 2013. Taking one year to complete, watch its construction from start to finish in 2.5 minutes.

Johnsburg Road Roundabout Construction


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