Websites

CREATE Project Websites

A few of the CREATE projects have their own project-specific websites. Please see the websites listed below for more information about these projects.

75th Street Corridor Improvement Project Six major railroads—two passenger and four freight—pass through the Chicago neighborhoods of Ashburn, Englewood, Auburn Gresham, and Chatham. These railroads cross at several points within the area resulting in congestion and delays. Learn more on the 75th Street Corridor Improvement Project website.

Project GS1 The Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) is conducting a preliminary engineering and environmental study considering improvements to IL 43 (Harlem Avenue) between 63rd Street and 65th Street, which could include grade separation of the BRC railroad crossings. More is available on the project GS1 website.

Project GS2 The Central Avenue/Belt Railway of Chicago Railroad Grade Separation Study is available on the project GS2 website.

Project G9 The Archer Avenue/Kenton Avenue (GS9) is available on the project G9 website.

Project GS11 Information on the Columbus Avenue/Maplewood Avenue grade separation is available on the project GS11 website.

Project GS16 The grade separation of Canadian Pacific tracks and Irving Park Rd. in Bensenville, IL project information is available on IDOT’s project GS16 website.

Project GS21a Information on the 95th Street/Eggleston Avenue grade separation is available on the project GS21a website.

Project P4 The Grand Crossing Rail Project is described on the project P4 website.

How will CREATE projects benefit Chicago communities, the Midwest and all of the United States?