ISW Roseland: South Michigan Avenue & 111th Street Corridor Improvements

The Project Vision and Principles were developed based on discussions and feedback CDOT has received regarding the ISW Roseland project.  The Vision and Principles will help guide the project throughout the design process.

Thank you to everyone who attended the South Michigan Avenue & 111th Street Corridor Improvements public meeting on January 13, 2022! 

If you missed the meeting, below is a recording of the presentation.

A pdf copy of the presentation is available here.

 Please visit www.engageiswroseland.com to share your thoughts and ideas for the corridor.

Project description

Roseland is one of 12 key commercial corridors in the 10 communities – the “front doors” to the neighborhoods – INVEST South/West collectively supports infrastructure development as a part of the initial phase of Mayor Lightfoot’s INVEST South/West commercial corridor improvement strategy.  Based on feedback received at the INVEST South/West kick-off meeting, the priority corridors include South Michigan Avenue and 111th Streets.

The scope of this CDOT led project includes streetscape improvements on 110th Street to 116th Street and 111th Street, Stewart Avenue to MLK. The project will provide safe, walkable, and attractive streets that will foster community and economic growth.  This effort will support the INVEST South/West initiative to re-activate neighborhood cores that have historically served as focal points for pedestrian activity, shopping, services, transportation, public spaces and quality-of life amenities for local residents.

Status

Additional INVEST South/West information Greater Roseland (chicago.gov)

Questions or comments regarding the project can be submitted below.

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