Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) welcomes
you to the US Route 67 (US 67) website. The US 67
Corridor in Illinois extends nearly 220 miles from
Interstate 280 (I-280) at Rock Island to I-270 south of
Alton along a north south alignment in west central
Illinois. US 67 is predominately 2 lanes with the
exception of the following multi-lane divided highway
• Macomb to Monmouth
• 24 mile section
that bypasses Jacksonville on the west.
• Alton Bypass
website will focus on the status of the current effort
to improve this alignment along its entire length. Many
sections of the corridor have been placed on the
Department’s multi-year program with the intent to
develop it into a multilane divided highway
configuration over most of its length.
showing the alignment and the various sections being
improved is available on this website. Each of the
various sections can be highlighted to display the
current status and progress.
encouraged to address comments to the Department. An
email link is available directly to the Department or if
you prefer, the proper mailing address for directing
your concerns about each of the various sections will be
information about the highway construction process from
start to finish, a link is available to an informative
pamphlet published by IDOT entitled, “It Takes Time...”.
To learn about the Context Sensitive Solutions (CSS) public
involvement process for US 67 in the Beardstown area,
including the future new Illinois River Bridge, please see
the following website:
basic introduction into IDOT’s overall Transportation
Plan and how to be involved, a link is furnished to
another informative IDOT website.
about IDOT’s continuing efforts to improve the quality
of life for the citizens of Illinois, visit the IDOT
Context Sensitive Solutions website.
you find this website informative. Visit it often and