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Proposed Improvements for
Illinois Highways FY 2012

Introduction

The Fiscal Year 2012 Highway Improvement Program provides $2.905 billion of the
$11.525 billion included in the FY 2012-2017 Proposed Highway Improvement Program.
In addition, included are projects totaling $199 million that use appropriations
from previous fiscal years and are scheduled to be implemented in FY 2012. As a
result, the FY 2012 Highway Improvement Program totals $3.104 billion.

The FY 2012 program is financed by an estimated $1.311 billion of federal funds,
$1.661 billion of state funds and $132 million of local funds. Nearly $2.443 billion
is for projects on the state highway system and $661 million is for projects on
local streets and highway systems.

A total of 768 miles of highways and 248 bridges will be improved or constructed
through the FY 2012 program. Safety and traffic improvements at 64 locations are
scheduled.

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