Monday, March 10, 2014

Illinois Tollway Oases-- Part 1

From Wikipedia. //// An Illinois Tollway Oasis is a commercialized rest area, usually built over an interstate in northern Illinois. There are seven of them and are found in the Chicago Metropolitan Area, DeKalb and Belvidere. //// They date back to 1958 (though all weren't built then) during the original tollway construction. They all were redeveloped in 2003-2005. //// Of course, back then, the public was told that the tolls would be removed once the new highways were paid for. Right?. //// --RoadDog

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