Interchange Construction to Reroute Drivers

Starting Saturday, drivers must use a detour on the interchange between the Tri-State and Jane Addams Memorial tollways

By Glenn Marshall
|  Friday, Mar 16, 2012  |  Updated 10:20 PM CDT
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A project estimated to last about four months will force commuters to use a detour on the interchange between the Tri-State and Jane Addams Memorial tollways.

A project estimated to last about four months will force commuters to use a detour on the interchange between the Tri-State and Jane Addams Memorial tollways.

More construction begins on the roads this weekend.

Starting Saturday, drivers will be forced to use a detour on the interchange between the Tri-State and Jane Addams Memorial tollways.

Motorists leaving O'Hare International Airport headed for the northwest suburbs on the Addams must take a detour until July.

To add more fuel to the fire, the tollway ramp that drivers use exiting O'Hare Airport to the Addams from eastbound I-90 will close on Sunday. On Monday the "flyover" ramp from the northbound Tri-State to the west bound Addams also will close.

The tollway hopes to complete the project by July. Until then, some 22,000 daily motorists will be forced to use Touhy Avenue for detours.

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