Posted March 9, 2017 7:44 am by Comments (1)

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A massive project, which has been relegated to the drawing board for nearly 10 years because of a slow economy, finally appears ready to break ground in nearby Crete. The $230 million, 500-acre CSX Intermodal, to be located between in the Will County community of Crete, is expected to begin construction early next year, the developer said. The project is expected to provide 200 full-time jobs, as well as 100 to 200 construction jobs.

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Rick

Great, now where is illiana tollway? Nowhere. Illinois blew many such opportunities by stopping the illiana. I80 doesn’t perform well enough for real growth of transport logistics in Illinois. Ya gotta get around that lake some way!

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