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FY 2012-2017 PROPOSED
HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

FY 2012-2017 PROPOSED HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT PLAN Introduction

The Illinois Department of Transportation’s FY 2012-2017 Proposed Highway Improvement Program totals $11.525 billion and includes
an FY 2012 annual program of $2.952 billion. Funding for the 6-year program is made up of $7.185 billion in federal funds, $3.624 billion
in state funds including $230 million in Transportation Series A bond
re-appropriations from Governor Quinn’s Jump Start Capital Plan
and $2.044 billion in Transportation Series D bonds for the
Illinois Jobs Now! program, and $716 million in local funds.

The proposed highway improvement program provides funding to maintain 3,248 miles of highways and replace or rehabilitate
611 bridges.

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Highway Improvement Program Map

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Highway Improvement Program

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