(605 ILCS 5/4-211)
(from Ch. 121, par. 4-211)
Any permit issued by the Department to construct an
entrance or exit, or both, under the provisions of Section 4-209 shall
designate the location and design of such construction. All such
permits shall be subject to the right of the Department to relocate, at
the Department's expense, any entrance or exit when reasonably required
for public safety or because of highway reconstruction or changed
traffic conditions. The Department shall make frequent inspections and
take such action as is necessary to require compliance with such rules,
regulations and specifications and the provisions of Sections 4-209,
4-210 and 4-211 of this Code.
Any entrance or exit which was in place on July 10, 1953 which does
not conform to the rules, regulations and specifications adopted by the
Department may be made to conform to such rules, regulations and
specifications by the Department at the expense of the Department.
If any entrance or exit is constructed after July 10, 1953, for which
no permit has been secured the adjoining landowner or occupant, or his
authorized representative, whose property such entrance or exit serves
shall within 30 days following notification by the Department apply for
a permit. The permit issued as a result of such application shall
specify that the existing entrance shall be made to conform to the
provisions of the permit within 90 days from the date of issuance of the
permit or, if no permit is granted, be removed at the expense of the
landowner or occupant.
Any entrance or exit constructed after July 10, 1953 for which a
permit has been secured but which does not conform to the provisions of
the permit issued for its construction shall within 90 days of
notification by the Department to the adjoining property owner or
occupant, or his authorized representative, whose property such exit or
entrance serves be made to conform to the provisions of the permit.
Any person adversely affected by any rule, regulation, specification
or decision of the Department issued pursuant to Sections 4-209, 4-210
or 4-211 or by any failure of the Department to act upon an application
for a permit thereunder shall be entitled to judicial review under the
provisions of the Administrative Review Law.
(Source: P.A. 85-559.)