Transportation Departments in Will County, Illinois

There are 11 Transportation Departments in Will County, Illinois, serving a population of 687,727 people in an area of 837 square miles. There is 1 Department of Transportation per 62,520 people, and 1 Department of Transportation per 76 square miles.

In Illinois, Will County is ranked 72nd of 102 counties in Transportation Departments per capita, and 5th of 102 counties in Transportation Departments per square mile.

List of Will County Transportation Departments

Find Will County, Illinois departments of transportation, highways, roads, and bridge departments.


Bolingbrook Transportation Department 151 East South Frontage Road Bolingbrook, IL

Canton Farm Road Maintenance 1240 Caton Farm Road Lockport, IL

Frankfort Highway Commissioner 9434 West La Porte Road Frankfort, IL

Illinois Department Of Transportation 105 Bridge Street Joliet, IL

Illinois Department of Transportation 16841 West Laraway Road Joliet, IL

Joliet Township Road District 901 South Joliet Street Joliet, IL

Lockport Transportation Department 17430 Broadway Street Lockport, IL

Minooka Transportation Department 22608 West Frontage Road Minooka, IL

New Lenox Township Highway Department 1080 South Cedar Road New Lenox, IL

Troy Township Highway Department 25358 West Seil Road Shorewood, IL

Wheatland Township Road District 4232 Tower Court Naperville, IL

About Will County Departments of Transportation

Will County Departments of Transportation are branches of Illinois State, Will County, or Federal government whose mission is to plan for and develop a fast, efficient, accessible, and convenient transportation system and infrastructure that effectively serves the citizenry and promotes economic vitality in Will County, IL.

You may contact the Department of Transportation for questions about:
  • Will County DOT compliance training
  • DOT number lookups
  • Road, interstate and highway traffic and closures
  • Road toll and travel information
  • Will County Transportation Dept jobs and employment

Will County Transportation Statistics

Find Will County Means of Transportation To Work and Commute Transportation Times. Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey, 2018 ACS 5-Year Estimates.

Will County Means of Transportation To Work
 Will CountyIllinois
Total Workers (Age 16+)327,0925,833,415
Car, Truck, or Van307,9504,962,939
Car, Truck, or Van - Drive Alone287,2874,476,231
Car, Truck, or Van - Carpool20,663486,708
Car, Truck, or Van - Carpool, 2 Person15,943375,334
Car, Truck, or Van - Carpool, 3+ People4,720111,374
Public Transportation (Excluding Taxi)12,986578,636
Bus or Trolley Bus1,586229,402
Streetcar or Trolley Car, Subway or Elevated740202,244
Railroad or Ferry Boat10,660146,990
Walking2,641182,578
Taxi, Motorcycle, Bicycle, or Other Means3,515109,262
Will County Commute Transportation Times
 Will CountyIllinois
Less than 10 Minutes29,061690,656
10 to 14 Minutes32,685701,588
15 to 19 Minutes36,160750,699
20 to 24 Minutes40,142736,057
25 to 29 Minutes20,739354,523
30 to 34 Minutes43,944808,989
35 to 44 Minutes29,016489,190
45 to 59 Minutes40,571614,842
60 Minutes or More54,774686,871