This study investigated a location for a proposed transit center within the Village, which would serve as a Pace bus hub and Park-N-Ride facility. At the time of the study it was determined that a comprehensive transit center located within Dundee Crossing would not be viable due low ridership demand coupled with the location of adjunct transit centers in Elgin and Prairie Stone. The study also included a preliminary assessment for adding Pace bus service on Route 72 from the Village to Prairie Stone business park. The study also recommended designing the strategic parcels identified in the study to be transit-friendly to achieve economic development objectives.
|Project Type(s):||Transit-Oriented Development Plan|
|Grantee:||Village of East Dundee|
|Current Activities:||The final report was completed in November 2010. Per a recommendation in the plan, the Village updated their zoning ordinance to allow more transit-supportive uses. Recently, two phases of an IHDA-approved senior living development have been completed at the Northwest corner of Routes 72 & 25: River Haven Place (68 units) and Gardiner Place (80 units). Currently the Village is looking for ways to improve access to the area Pace Bus routes. The RTA is providing assistance as needed. |
The Village is in the process of preparing Dundee Crossing for development and investment using these strategies: 1) Created a mixed-use district master plan. 2) Created a Tax Increment Financing District. 2) Revised its Planned Unit Development Ordinance. 4) Initiated engineering for streetscape improvements.
For more information see Dundee Crossings Progress
|Information Updated:||June 2018|
|Final Report (November 1, 2010)|
|Related Transit Assets|
|Pace Bus Routes:||543 Dundee-Carpentersville|
|803 Carpentersville Local|
|US Congressional Districts:||8 Raja Krishnamoorthi|
|Illinois Senate Districts:||22 Cristina Castro|
|Illinois House Districts:||43 Anna Moeller|
|County Board Districts:||Kane 21|
|Councils of Mayors:||Kane/Kendall|