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FY 2007-2012 PROPOSED
HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
Including Jobs For Illinois Program

Introduction

The Illinois Department of Transportation’s FY 2007-2012 Proposed Highway Improvement Program totals $10.425 billion and includes a FY 2007 annual program of $1.975 billion. Funding for the 6-year program is made up of $7.085 billion in federal funds, $2.695 billion in state funds and $645 million in local funds. In addition to this program, Governor Rod R. Blagojevich has proposed the Jobs For Illinois Program that will authorize $2.325 billion of Transportation Series A bonds for highway improvements that will bolster job creation throughout the state of Illinois. The new projects associated with this program are listed separately as an Appendix in this document.

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