Three Oaks Road


Project Scope:

Resurfacing, traffic signal modernization, and bike path extensions along Three Oaks Road between Silver Lake Road and S. Rawson Bridge Road.

​Project also includes the resurfacing of a short section of S. Rawson Bridge Road, north of Three Oaks Road to the village limit (where recent pavement improvements by Algonquin Township end).

Three Oaks Road is NOT being widened with this project, except for the potential addition of a new right turn lane for the high school and park exit at the First Street traffic signal.

This project has received a $1.5 million federal Surface Transportation Program grant along with $90,000 in state Highway Safety Improvement Program funds that will be used towards construction in 2019.

Construction Schedule:

Start Date:
​June 3, 2019​

​Targeted ​​​End Date (For Resurfacing & Bike Path Construction):
​By ​August 16, 2019 ​​​​

​Estimated End Date (For Traffic Signal Replacement, Pedestrian Warning Beacon & Tree Planting):
​Spring 2020

  • Paving begins Wednesday, August 7.  Paving will continue through the middle of the following week, and include Saturday 8/10.  Placement of roadway striping will follow after the pavement is completed, with work focused outside the peak traffic periods before and after school.
  • Pavement removal will continue into the week of 7/29/19.  NO WEEKEND WORK IS PLANNED FOR THE PAVEMENT REMOVAL OPERATIONS.  Paving may begin as early as Friday 8/2/19 (weather dependent) after pavement removal and the primer application are complete.
  • Pavement removal begin 7/24/19.
  • Week of July 22, 2019:  Pavement removal begins; Three Oaks Road remains open to 2-way traffic during construction w/flaggers.  Please use caution and watch for construction workers.
  • June 3, 2019:  Construction Begins
  • Construction contract awarded to Curran Contracting.
  • Phase 3 engineering services agreement awarded to V3 Companies to manage the construction of the project in 2019.  A start to construction in late spring/early summer 2019 is still targeted 
  • Awaiting Illinois Department of Transportation approval of Phase 2 design plans ahead of the anticipated bidding for the project in January 2019.
  • $90,000 Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) grant awarded from the State of Illinois.
  • $1.5 million federal Surface Transportation Program (STP) grant awarded to the Village of Cary towards construction of the project in 2019.