More than 100 miles of streets in Chicago have been paved since the beginning of the season, Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced Monday.
Resurfacing began on April 24, when Emanuel said the city was aiming to resurface nearly 300 miles of arterial and residential streets that were winter-battered and filled with potholes.
The Chicago Department of Transportation, as well as the Department of Water Management and sister agencies, has worked with the city's aldermen and residents to determine which streets would be paved this year.
Some of the main arterial routes slated for resurfacing in 2018 include:
• 79th Street from Western to Cottage Grove (4 miles)
• 69th Street from Ashland to South Chicago (2.7 miles)
• Dr. Martin Luther King Drive from 111th Street to 115th Street ( 0.5 mile)
• Western Blvd. from 45th Street to Garfield Blvd. (1.25 miles)
• Damen Avenue from 33rd Street to Pershing Road (0.75 mile)
• Archer Avenue from Kolin Avenue to 47th Street (1.1 miles)
• Archer from Nottingham Avenue to Narragansett Avenue (0.9 mile)
• 67th Street from Ashland to Cottage Grove (3 miles)
• Humboldt Drive from Chicago Avenue to North Avenue (1 mile)
• North Avenue from Cicero to Central Park Avenue (1.5 miles)
• Augusta Blvd. from Grand Avenue to Milwaukee (2.5 miles)
• Wilson Avenue from Damen to LSD (1.7 miles)
• Elston Avenue from Melvina Avenue to Foster (2 miles)
• Addison Street from Keeler Avenue to Avondale Avenue (0.65 mile)
• Avondale Avenue/Gregory Street from Harlem Avenue to Moody Avenue (1.3 miles)