Residents expressed safety concern
Residents from the Carillon community previously met with board members Ferry and Tim Kraulidis (R-Joliet) about heavy traffic flow surrounding the busy entrance from South Carillon Drive to Weber Road. Unlike a second entrance to Weber on North Carillon Drive, the south has no traffic signal. Residents said they had a hard time safely turning left out of the exit.
“Weber Road will be undergoing significant changes over the next few years as construction begins to widen the highway,” said Kraulidis, also of District 13. “This was a perfect example of residents letting us know their concerns so we can best meet their needs as these projects are about to get underway.”
In conjunction with Romeoville and Bolingbrook, Will County has scheduled Weber Road to undergo widening and reconstruction projects beginning in 2018. The project is expected to take up to two years.