Nearly $40 million in infrastructure improvements set for Rezin’s Senate District this year

State Sen. Sue Rezin’s 38th Senate District will see nearly $40 million in roads and bridges improvements the upcoming fiscal year. The projects are part of Illinois Department of Transportation’s (IDOT) Improvement Program. 

“Infrastructure is the lifeblood of an economy,” Rezin said. “Ensuring our roads and bridges are in working condition is vital to jobs, safe travel, and business. IDOT’s plan for our region this upcoming fiscal year will create hundreds of good paying jobs and will help all of us get to our destinations safely. Our region still has a long way to go in terms of upgrading our roads and bridges, but I am happy to see improving infrastructure across the state is at the top of IDOT’s list.” 

Communities that will see improvements in Fiscal Year 2019 include LaSalle, Wilmington, Minooka, Joliet, New Lenox, and other areas of Grundy, LaSalle, Bureau, and Putnam Counties. 

To see a list of all the projects in Sen. Rezin’s district scheduled for Fiscal Year 2019 and their costs and a list of proposed infrastructure improvements over the next several years announced May 29 by IDOT, click here.

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