Illinois Department of Transportation, Erica Borggren, Acting Secretary
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FY 2011-2016 PROPOSED
HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
INCLUDING ACCELERATED CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM

FY 2011-2016 Proposed Highway Improvement Program Introduction

The Illinois Department of Transportation’s FY 2011-2016 Proposed Highway Improvement Program totals $12.84 billion and includes an
FY 2011 annual program of $2.527 billion. Funding for the 6-year
program is made up of $7.292 billion in federal funds, $4.888 billion in state funds including $142 million in bonds from Governor Quinn’s
Jump Start Capital Plan, $2.49 billion for the Illinois Jobs Now! bond program and $660 million in local funds. This six-year program will maintain 4,739 miles of highways and replace or rehabilitate 763 bridges.

Governor Quinn proposed to advance almost $1.6 billion of ready projects into the 2010 construction season. These projects are called the Accelerated Construction Program and are listed with the other highway projects.

View the interactive FY 2011-2016 Proposed Highway Improvement Program Map
Including Accelerated Construction Program

View the FY 2011-2016 Proposed Highway Improvement Program Including Accelerated Construction Program

Download the FY 2011-2016 Proposed Highway Improvement Program
Including Accelerated Construction Program

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