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The Lake County Division of Transportation (LCDOT) is studying potential improvements to Wadsworth Road, and we want to hear from you! 

March 30, 2021 

PROVIDE INPUT: Wadsworth Road Improvements 

Submit ideas, questions and concerns at lakecountyil.gov/WadsworthRd

The Lake County Division of Transportation (LCDOT) is studying potential improvements to Wadsworth Road, and we want to hear from you! 

Approximately 2.5 miles of Wadsworth Road between Sheridan Road to Lewis Ave. in Waukegan and Beach Park has aging infrastructure that needs to be replaced. LCDOT is using this opportunity to rehabilitate the road, look for ways to improve traffic flow and safety such as adding a third middle lane, and to investigate potential non-motorized travel accommodations along Wadsworth Road. 

Planning for the project has just begun and no final plans are being considered right now. Now, the public is encouraged to provide their input on existing conditions and what the community hopes the project can improve upon.

Wadsworth Road Project Location

How to Provide Input

LCDOT created a virtual forum for you to share your ideas and questions through April 12, 2021. All input submitted through the website goes directly to the project study team. 

Provide your input and learn more at: lakecountyil.gov/WadsworthRd

Wadsworth Road Website


Alternate Ways to Provide Input

LCDOT is encouraging public comment through virtual formats due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Others ways to provide input on the project include: 

  • Emailing
  • Mailing
    Lake County Division of Transportation 
    600 W. Winchester Road, Libertyville, IL 60048
  • Calling
    847-377-7400


Stay Informed

Get the latest news and information on this project as it progresses in the coming years. Sign up for our Wadsworth Road Project Email List to stay informed! 

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