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U.S. 67 (FAP 310)
Between Jacksonville and Macomb

Final Environmental Impact Statement (May, 2002)

The proposed action consists of constructing a 4-lane, partial access controlled, divided expressway, which would be approximately 90 kilometers (56 miles) in length. This action would provide a modern high-type highway between Jacksonville and Macomb, Illinois. The proposed highway facility would provide improved transportation continuity, upgraded rural access, improved travel efficiency, and enhanced economic stability and development.

Important issues and major socioeconomic and environmental concerns include agricultural impacts, displacement of residences, impacts to wetlands, and impacts to federal- and state-threatened and endangered species.

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Final EIS (May, 2002)

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