Along the I-55 Corridor, Romeoville’s location continues to be attractive for local development. What is even more attractive, is Romeoville’s ongoing commitment to improve existing routes and secure additional modes of transportation for residents and businesses.
The Metra Station, coming in 2017, will be located on 135th St. with a parking lot for 600 vehicles.
Lewis University Airport, publicly owned and operated, is located within the Village limits. This modern Chicago reliever airport provides facilities up to a Boeing Business Class aircraft.
Immediate access to I-55, I-355 and Route 53.
I-55/Airport Road – The Villages of Romeoville, Bolingbrook and Plainfield, along with IDOT, are in the process of a Phase 1 Study and Planning process in conjunction with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) for an Interchange at I-55 & Airport Road. The Study Area will include 3.5 miles of I-55 from one-half mile south of Airport Road to one mile north of IL Rte. 126. The study limits for IL 126 include 2,700 feet of IL 126 to the southwest of I-55, 4,500 feet of 135th Street east and west of Essington Road, and 3,500 feet of Essington Road north of IL 126. The Airport Road/Lockport Road Study Area includes the span over I-55 and the frontage roads.
I-55/Weber - The Illinois Department of Transportation in conjunction with the Will County Department of Highways, the Village of Romeoville, and the Village of Bolingbrook have been diligently working on a new interchange at Weber Road on I-55. The new configuration will be a divergent diamond interchange and is estimated at $69.2 million. The improvement of this interchange is one of Will County's highest priority highway projects. Construction began in 2015.