The Village of Arlington Heights hired Hampton, Lenzini and Renwick, Inc. (HLR) to conduct a traffic study following a recommendation from a Village-appointed Ad Hoc Committee that studied Hospital-area traffic issues from September, 2006 through February, 2007. Committee meetings were open to the public and were well attended.
Hampton, Lenzini and Renwick, Inc. (HLR), was hired in 2008 by the Village to evaluate traffic issues in the vicinity of Northwest Community Hospital, and will give an overview of traffic data collected and seek public input at the August 12 session.
The traffic study was created in response to residents’ concerns about how neighborhood traffic would be impacted by a new 245,000 square-foot Patient Care addition to the Hospital. The new 200-patient room addition is scheduled to open in the Spring of 2010.
The traffic study follows the efforts of the 13-member Ad Hoc Committee which included residents living in the immediate vicinity of the Hospital, a Hospital representative, Trustee Norman Breyer and three Village Staff members. Former Trustee Mark Toljanic served as Chairman of the Ad Hoc Committee.
If you have any questions regarding the meeting, please call Jim Massarelli, Director of Engineering or Mike Pagones, Deputy Director of Engineering, at 847-368-5250. You can also email your questions to [email protected].
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