Illiana Toll Road
Local voices need to be heard when it comes to the impact vs. benefits of the proposed Illiana toll road, not just the voices of the elected officials, IDOT, INDOT and the consultants from Parsons Brinkerhoff.
Pushing through the Illiana toll road has small stakeholders feeling we're being shoved! Lake County taxpaying landowners see higher costs caused by a "road wall separation," closing transportation on north to south roads by the proposed toll road.
Ed Linden, left, and Rich Szyaszek, both of Lowell, pick up anti-Illiana signs Wednesday night at Lowell Middle School.
Dan Enright, of Cedar Lake, a retired union carpenter out of Local 599 in Hammond, voices opposition against the Illiana Expressway during Wednesday's meeting.
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