In mid-April, Governor Quinn presented Illinois’ six year construction plan for the improvement and creation of highways and streets. These plans run from Fiscal Year 2014-2019 and detail all the planned projects across the state (Note: Fiscal Year 2014 begins July 1, 2013). Below are the highlights for local projects in Springfield, IL and the surrounding areas for Fiscal Year 2014:
* $1.4 million for resurfacing of Interstate 55 from north of Andrew Road to the merge ramp in Sherman.
* $13.2 million for bridge repair and resurfacing of Interstate 72 from just east of Springfield to east of Overpass Road.
* $10 million for bridge repair and resurfacing of I-72 from Lanesville Road to the Macon County line.
* $9 million for additional lanes and resurfacing Illinois 29/Dirksen Parkway from north of Ridge Avenue to north of Clear Lake Avenue. SEVER STOREY NOTE: SS Attorneys have already begun marketing to this project.
* $19.5 million for additional lanes, sidewalks and shoulders on Wabash Avenue from Koke Mill Road to Moffat Street in Curran. SEVER STOREY NOTE: SS Attorneys have already begun marketing to this project.
* $1.9 million for resurfacing of Wabash Avenue from Koke Mill Road to Park Avenue.
* $3.7 million for replacement of the Spring Creek bridge on Camp Lincoln Road.
* $2.3 million to construct a taxiway at Abraham Lincoln Capital Airport.
* $2 million for bridge replacement on Illinois 48 over Bear Creek southwest of Palmer.
* $2.6 million for reconstruction of the Brighton/Bunker Hill Road from Brighton to Bunker Hill.
* $13. 4 million for bridge replacement and maintenance on I-55 north of Lincoln to Atlanta.
*$2.9 million for bridge replacement on Illinois 10 over Sugar Creek overflow south of New Holland.
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