This project examined ways to coordinate land uses, improve access and signage, and optimize transit operations along Randall Road in Kane County.
|Project Type(s):||Transit-Oriented Development Plan, Transit Improvement Plan|
|Current Activities:||This project was completed in December 2010. In spring of 2011, Pace was awarded an FTA grant for $800,000 to install bus shelters and sidewalk connectors along the Randall Road Route #529 study area. All shelters under this grant have been installed at 28 stops along the route, along with necessary sidewalk connectors in certain locations as recommended in the plan. |
In late 2013 Pace received CMAQ approval for Pedestrian Infrastructure Improvements along various Pace Routes. This project funds concrete pads and sidewalks, implementing recommendations from the Kane County Randall Road Pace Route 529 Plan.
Additionally, Pace was awarded in December 2011 a grant from the RTA's Innovative Coordination & Enhancement (ICE) program for the installation of bus pads along Randall Road as part of this project.
|Information Updated:||October 2018|
|Randall Road Pace Route 529 Plan: Improving Access to Bus Service (December, 2010)|
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|Municipalities:||Aurora, Batavia, Geneva, North Aurora, St. Charles|
|US Congressional Districts:||11 Bill Foster, 14 Lauren Underwood|
|Illinois Senate Districts:||25 Jim Oberweis, 33 Donald P. DeWitte, 42 Linda Holmes|
|Illinois House Districts:||49 Karina Villa, 50 Keith R. Wheeler, 65 Dan Ugaste, 83 Barbara Hernandez|
|County Board Districts:||Kane 10, Kane 11, Kane 13, Kane 14, Kane 18, Kane 2, Kane 6|
|Councils of Mayors:||Kane/Kendall|