A call for the abandonment of the doctrine of intrastate forum non conveniens dates back to an Illinois Supreme Court opinion filed in December 1994. In Peile v. Skelgas Inc., 163 Ill.2d 323, 645 N.E.2d 184 (1994), the late justice Moses W. Harrison’s dissent called for the abandonment of the doctrine of intrastate forum non conveniens after he pragmatically found that the “improvement of the highway system, the …