Chicago's aging Circle Interchange, a junction between the Dan Ryan, Kennedy and Eisenhower Expressways and Congress Parkway, is currently undergoing a $475 million reconstruction effort to help alleviate congestion of one of the country's worst bottlenecks. The overhaul of the interchange will take approximately four years to complete, and in the meanwhile, the University of Illinois at Chicago's (UIC) Urban Transportation Center has set up a live webcam of the large construction site for urban planning and transportation enthusiasts to keep an eye on. Currently the camera is setup to record activity at the Morgan Street bridge, however once work has been completed at this section, the camera will be moved over to the Harrison Street bridge.
· LiveCAM: Circle Interchange Reconstruction [UIC Urban Transportation Center]
· Circle Interchange Reconstruction flyer [Circle Interchange]
· Previous Circle Interchange coverage [Curbed Chicago]