Illinois Transportation officials are rethinking the layout and role of the state's highway rest areas in the Digital Age.
IDOT's Kelsea Gurski says the agency has posted an online survey seeking public input.
Gurski says the rest stops aren't just a convenience, they're a proactive lifesaver for drowsy drivers and those who would be in their path.
The 20 question survey is available at idot.illinois.gov, is available through Sunday, Oct. 29. IDOT maintains a system of 30 rest areas and 11 welcome centers on highways throughout the state, serving more than 36 million visitors annually.