Illinois State Senate District 44 issued the following announcement on Oct. 24.
Roads and bridges throughout the 44th District will benefit from the state’s new multi-year road program, which was unveiled this week. This bipartisan initiative will provide a significant investment in improving the state’s crumbling infrastructure.
“The capital plan we approved is a significant investment in our state’s deteriorating infrastructure,” said Sen. Bill Brady (R-44th District). “This investment in our roads and bridge will help rebuild our state; attract businesses, create jobs and revitalize our economy.”
Projects throughout the 44th District include (by county):
$24.8 million for improvements and widening of US 51 through Bloomington-Normal
$17.3 million for Resurfacing and improvements to I-74
$11.0 million for Hamilton Road extension in Bloomington
$136.5 million reconstruction and widening of I-55 between Sangamon Avenue in Springfield and Williamsville
$21.3 million for the reconstruction of the intersection of Dirksen and Sangamon in Springfield
$46.6 million for reconstruction and widening of IL 97 west of Springfield
$30.5 million for reconstruction of MacArthur Blvd in Springfield
$4.6 million for work related to the extension of MacArthur Blvd to Woodside Road
$24.3 million for improvements to I-55 near Lincoln
$15.0 million for resurfacing of I-74 in Tazewell County
$7.2 million for bridge replacement on I-74 at Pinecrest Drive in East Peoria
$52.0 million for the reconstruction of US 24 Business in Washington
$12.9 million for improvements to Illinois 97/123 in Menard County
$474,000 for bridge removal on Douglas Ave in Petersburg
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