Peoria to Macomb Corridor Study FAP 315 (IL 336)
Corridor Report (November, 2003
The IL 336 project is a re-evaluation of a corridor study for a
modern transportation facility in west-central Illinois . The study
area covers portions of Peoria , Fulton and McDonough Counties and
extends from I 474 westward to either US 67 near Macomb or the
proposed Macomb bypass, a distance of about 60 miles. On the south
the study area is bounded by the Illinois River from Peoria to about
the intersection of US 24 and 136; from there it extends due west.
The northern study boundary includes IL 116, IL 78 and IL 9.
If constructed, the project will provide a modern transportation
facility from Peoria to Macomb , which will be the final link in a
highway system providing western Illinois and its communities
greater access to each other and to the regional interstate highway
and expressway systems.
This report was approved by IDOT on December 29, 2003.
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