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CN to fix Hafenrichter Road crossing

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Canadian National plans to repair the Hafenrichter Road crossing just southeast of Aurora, in unincorporated Wheatland Township, local newspapers report. The crossing, which lies along the suburban Elgin, Joliet and Eastern tracks, will be shut down for four days next month, from Sept. 21 to 25.

According to CN spokesman
Patrick Waldron, signs will go up in advance, informing drivers that traffic
will be detoured around the crossing.

Canadian National
purchased the EJ&E line in January for $300 million. The railroad has
pledged more than $160 million for infrastructure improvements and traffic
mitigation along that line.

These repairs follow the
four-day resurfacing of the Ogden Avenue crossing in July. That crossing, one
of the most widely used in Aurora, was shut down from July 18 to 21. Waldron
said that work was regular maintenance, and not part of the federally mandated
improvements to the crossing.

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