Heavy truck traffic has overrun our communities in Will County, creating dangerous and life-threatening situations for our residents.
Click here to tell Lawmakers and Elected Officials that Enough is Enough!
TRUCK-RELATED DEATHS IN WILL COUNTY SINCE 2014
TRUCK-RELATED ACCIDENTS IN WILL COUNTY IN 2014
TRUCK-RELATED INJURIES IN WILL COUNTY IN 2014
“As her grandmother, I don’t want Madison’s death to go in vain. We cannot let another truck take another innocent life or let another tragedy like this ever occur again.”
– Meri Knauer, grandmother of 8-year-old Madison Frost who died after her
family’s minivan collided with a semi-truck in 2014.
"As a commercial truck driver, I wholeheartedly agree and support your effort…I know exactly how trucks behave and I observe this dangerous behavior every day on the road."
"I’m a trucker of 5 years, my father is a driver of years. We both agree that intermodals are reckless."
"It was terrifying to be hit by a semi with my two children in the car on I-80 and 53."
"This isn’t directed at professional truck drivers that obey the laws and are considerate of the people that drive and live along the routes that trucks travel…This is aimed at truck drivers that drive their rigs like they are a sportscar."
"I plan on selling in the next few years…I want to live in a community that isn’t overrun by semis and warehouses."
"It really is getting scary driving on roads where all you see is trucks."