The Fiscal Year 2010 Highway Improvement Program
provides $2.4 billion of the $14.314 billion included in the FY
2010-2015 Proposed Highway Improvement Program. In addition, we
received $627 million of federal American Recovery and Reinvestment
Act of 2009 (ARRA) funding. The majority of the funding was
programmed in projects and accomplished through the FY 2009 annual
program. The remaining ARRA projects are being implemented in the
FY 2010 program and the program currently includes $124 million. The
FY 2010 program in total is $2.524 billion.
The FY 2010 program will be financed by an
estimated $1.396 billion of federal funds,
$987 million of state funds and $141 million of local funds. Nearly
$1.845 billion is for projects on the state highway system and $679
million is for projects on local streets and highway systems.
A total of 740 miles of highways and 228 bridges
will be improved or constructed through the FY 2010 program. Safety
and traffic improvements at 125 locations are scheduled.
View the interactive Proposed Improvements for Illinois Highways FY
2010 Program Map
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Highways FY 2010 Program
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Illinois Highways FY 2010 Program
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