Members of an Illinois tollway advisory council tossed around ideas to fund a Route 53 extension Thursday, noting that sharing the cost regionally instead of locally will ease the pain.
The tollway has yet to decide if it will adopt the pricey project, which would lengthen Route 53 north 12 miles from Lake-Cook Road to connect with Route 120.
Tolls on the proposed roadway would pay for only a fraction of the cost, leading to an estimated gap of $2.47 billion.
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