ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, IL – Pace Suburban Bus is pleased to invite the public to provide feedback on a draft of their new strategic vision plan, Driving Innovation. This plan will guide Pace as it reimagines its services and builds a modern, equitable, and robust transportation system that will serve the people of Northeastern Illinois for decades to come. Originally set for a 2020 release, Driving Innovation was delayed and updated in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Multiple projects schedule in southern Cook County The Illinois Department of Transportation announced today that multiple improvement projects in southern Cook County are underway or starting soon and extending into 2022. The six projects represent a total investment of $27 million for the region, with $14 million coming from Gov. JB Pritzker’s historic, bipartisan Rebuild Illinois capital program.
“With the Rebuild Illinois capital plan, we are restoring and transforming
On June 17, Cam Davis, Commissioner with Metropolitan Water Reclamation District’s board, gave a short update to SSMMA about the agency’s twin missions of stormwater management to reduce flooding and improving water quality. He mentioned efforts to assist communities disproportionately impacted by flooding in Cook County. Though time did not allow for him to detail workforce development, funding opportunities, and other agency updates, SSMMA members are encouraged to reach ou
This document contains answers to frequently asked questions regarding the distribution of funds to non-entitlement units of local government (NEUs) under the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (CSFRF / CLFRF, or Fiscal Recovery Funds). This document serves as a supplement to the main document of frequently asked questions, which is also available on the Department of the Treasury (Treasury)’s website. Treasury will be updating this document periodically in res