We are pleased to announce Village Board adoption of the 95th Street Corridor Plan, March 11 2014. Many thanks to the Oak Lawn Community for assisting us with the plan. We could not have done this without your help!

Thanks to everyone who attended the third and final Public Open House meeting February 27. An updated plan, including your input, may be found in the ‘documents’ section of the project website. The Team has participated in additional conversations with the Architectural Review Board, Plan Commission and Board of Trustees.

The next and final step is for the Plan to come before the Board on March 11 for adoption. Your support is most welcome at this meeting!

In the News: 
“Upgrades eyed for 95th Street, Ridgeland Avenue”


Video: Visualizing the future of Museum Drive

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Oak Lawn’s Museum Drive from Teska Associates, Inc. on Vimeo.

Proposed improvements to the Museum Drive extension include enhancements to Tulley Avenue between the Metra station and parking garage. This area is transformed to a people place that can support performance space, art fairs and food truck events. This project requires coordination with Metra and the FTA, including provisions for a new east garage access.

Public Meeting on Feb 27th!

BIG THANKS to ALL for sharing your thoughts and feedback over these past couple months. Please join us on February 27th at Village Hall to view concept plans for 95th Street. We’ll kick things off at 7pm. See you there!


Thanks to all you awesome folk who stopped by our photobooth this past Saturday at ‘Fall On The Green’ and shared ideas on how to make the  95th Street Corridor a more happening, better, safer place. Click here to check out some snapshots from the sunshiny-day’s event!

Welcome!  We’re talking about Oak Lawn’s 95th Street Corridor and your input is essential to making a great plan! This project will focus on improving corridor aesthetics, streetscape and building design, attracting and retaining businesses, and enhancing pedestrian connections and multi-modal transit including bikes and buses.

Why plan? The 95th Street Corridor has many great opportunities to build upon (some of which are listed below).  This plan will work to accent such and create a more pedestrian focused, transit-friendly environment.  Be sure to share ideas using the Comment Map and join the conversation on Facebook!


Existing corridor opportunities include:
  • Traffic counts at 30,800 ADT and growing.
  • The planned Cal Sag Trail.
  • Strong connection to the interstate highway system at I-294 to the west.
  • Diverse character zones (retail, commercial, civic and town center uses).
  • New shops and dining near the Metra station within the Town Center.
  • Pace bus service.
  • Enhancement recommendations as part of the Harlem Avenue Corridor Plan.