CDOT Holiday Moratorium
The City of Chicago’s Department of Transportation has released the 2009 holiday season restrictions. Per information received from CDOT, we’d like to notify you that:
The Department of Transportation has directed that NO street openings or traffic obstructions, other than those for Emergency purposes, be placed within the following…
Beginning at the easternmost point of Division Street extended to Lake Michigan, then west on Division Street to LaSalle Street, then south on LaSalle Street to Chicago Avenue, then west on Chicago Avenue to Halsted Street, south on Halsted Street to Roosevelt Road, then east on Roosevelt Road to its easternmost point extended to Lake Michigan.
This directive will be in effect as of Saturday November 21, 2009 at 12:01 am until Monday January 4, 2010 at 6:00 am, inclusive.
PLEASE NOTE that all existing permits will be automatically revoked during this period. Restrictions will not be lifted for any non-emergency work without special permit exemption by The Department of Transportation, Traffic Management Authority. Special Permit requests are to be made to:
Mr. Michael Simon
121 N LaSalle St Rm905
Chicago, IL 60602
Also, all work to be performed from January 4, 2010 thru April 1, 2010 will be subject to criteria acceptable for snow removal/control operations.
Please view the document created by Burnham including a map of the restricted area: CDOT Holiday Moratorium