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2014 Illinois Roadway Fatalities to Date

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Driving Zero Fatalities to a Reality

At the Illinois Department of Transportation, safety is our number one priority and we stand committed to reducing the number of fatalities to zero on Illinois roadways.

Please help us by driving defensively, buckling up, putting down your cell phone, slowing down in work zones, wearing the proper gear while motorcycling, and designating a sober driver if you have been drinking.

Driving Zero Fatalities to a Reality is our message. Every life counts. With your help, we will ensure we are doing everything we can to save lives.

*Fatality data are provisional and based on information submitted to IDOT for fatal crashes occurring on all public roadways within the state. Fatalities occurring on weekends or holidays will not be included in the total until the next business day, or until such time the data can be entered.


Illinois Transportation Secretary Ann L. Schneider hosts a video series titled “On the Move” that features messages on key Illinois Department of Transportation initiatives. Click below to view our most recent “On the Move” segment as Secretary Schneider explains why it's so important to drive safely in work zones

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Governor Quinn Unveils Six-Year, $8.6 Billion Transportation Construction Program
SPRINGFIELD – Days after receiving positive feedback from bond rating agencies regarding his fiscal year 2015 budget plan, Governor Pat Quinn today unveiled a six-year, $8.6 billion construction program that will improve roads and bridges throughout Illinois while making major investments in public transportation. The projects are part of Governor Quinn’s agenda to create jobs and build a 21st century infrastructure that will drive Illinois’ economy forward.
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IDOT Suspends Non-Emergency Road Work to Improve Traffic Flow Over the Easter Holiday Weekend
SPRINGFIELD –The Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) announced today that non-emergency roadwork will be suspended over the Easter holiday weekend to reduce congestion and improve traffic flow for motorists traveling throughout Illinois’ roadways. IDOT is also providing notice of lane closures that will be in place for the holiday week to aid motorists’ travel plans and boost safety.
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Adopt-A-Highway Spring Cleanup Begins Today
SPRINGFIELD – Illinois Transportation Secretary Ann L. Schneider announced today that the Illinois Department of Transportation will conduct its annual Adopt-A-Highway spring cleanup along state highways starting today through April 27. The secretary is encouraging all Adopt-A-Highway partners to come together, clean up their designated sections of roadways throughout the state and tally the bags of trash they collect in support of Earth Day activities throughout the month of April.
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Governor Quinn Releases First-Ever Illinois Bike Transportation Plan
CHICAGO – Governor Pat Quinn and Illinois Transportation Secretary Ann L. Schneider today announced the release of the Illinois Bike Transportation Plan – the first statewide bicycle plan in Illinois’ history. The bike plan provides the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) with policies, best practices and strategic direction for implementing a sustainable, multi-modal transportation system across Illinois.
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Governor Quinn Announces $52.7 Million for Local Transportation Improvement Projects
CHICAGO - Governor Pat Quinn today announced a $52.7 million investment in community transportation projects throughout Illinois. The investment will support more than 400 jobs through 71 projects, including bike paths, walking trails, historic preservation and streetscape beautification projects in communities across Illinois.
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Governor Quinn Announces $223 Million to Restore Chicago to Rockford Amtrak Service
ROCKFORD – Governor Pat Quinn today announced a $223 million state capital investment that will create hundreds of jobs and restart Amtrak service between Rockford and Chicago beginning in 2015. The return of passenger rail to Rockford for the first time since 1981 will begin with one round trip daily between Chicago’s Union Station and a temporary station located in Rockford.
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