Plainfield Road Corridor Study

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The Cook County Department of Transportation and Highways (DOTH) has initiated a Plainfield Road Corridor Phase I Study. Plainfield Road is a two-lane roadway under the jurisdiction of Cook County DOTH, located in the southwest suburbs of Cook County. The study corridor is approximately 3.5 miles long, from County Line Road to East Avenue. 

The objective of this Phase I study is to address the existing roadway and drainage deficiencies, enhance the bicycle/pedestrian accommodations, and improve safety and mobility for all users. The study will develop proposed improvements based on stakeholders’ input and technical analysis and examine the impacts that the proposed improvements will have on the community and the environment. More information can be found on the Plainfield Road Corridor Study website: improveplainfieldroad.org

Interactive Mapping Survey

Community input is critical to the study and developing improvements. The Plainfield Road Corridor Study project team has developed an interactive survey and requests input from Cook County residents.

The survey allows residents to place pins on the map to identify issues and share improvement ideas along the corridor. Responses will be accepted from September 8 - September 29, 2020. If residents are unable to access the survey online and would like to provide input to the project team, call 312-620-8385 and leave a message. A member of the project team will respond by phone, and undertake a verbal survey.

Complete the interactive mapping survey