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April 9, 2003 TTY: 217/524-4875

SPRINGFIELD, IL -- New highway maps for 2003-2004 are now available to the public, the Illinois Department of Transportation has announced.

"We are printing our standard highway map, and because of its popularity, we are again offering a large print edition of the map," said Timothy W. Martin, Illinois Transportation Secretary.

Hundreds of small updates have been added to the map, including updates to highway projects underway throughout the state and updating the listing of state parks. One million of the large print maps and 1.75 million of the regular print maps will be available for free distribution.

The map cover is a picture of a county highway crossing Interstate 72 just north of Curran in Sangamon County. "The tranquility of the county highway, the wildflowers growing along the road, and the farmers fields show the beauty of Illinois waiting for everyone to explore," Martin added.

Individuals can request maps online or by writing to:

Illinois Department of Transportation
2300 S. Dirksen Parkway
Springfield, IL 62764
Attention: Map Sales

Maps will also be available at Interstate Welcome Centers, and from IDOT's nine district offices throughout the state.


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