Springfield, Ill. – A $17.9 million investment in critical infrastructure will be made during the upcoming Fiscal Year 2016 Road Plan. The plan will update and repair 10 roads and bridges for a total of 47.97 miles, according to State Sen. Dave Luechtefeld (R-Okawville) and State Rep. Terri Bryant (R-Murphysboro).
The 58th Senate District is slated for a total of $65.63 million in road work in the upcoming six-year highway improvement program.
$750,000 for the resurfacing of 1.24 miles of Illinois 15 from 16th Street to Old Fairfield Road in Mt. Vernon.
$500,000 for the resurfacing of County Road 2275E from Illinois 15 to East Sunswept Road near Bluford.
$1,600,000 for the resurfacing of 4.72 miles of US 51 1.7 miles north of Illinois 154 to NCL of DuQuoin mile east of US 51 to the Franklin County Line.
$3,000,000 for the bridge superstructure of the Illinois 127 bridge in Murphysboro over the Big Muddy River.
$2,700,000 for the resurfacing of 10.81 miles of Illinois 4 from Illinois 151 to Illinois 127.
$2,800,000 for the resurfacing of 10.91 miles of US 51 from the Makanda Road to Illinois 146 in Anna.
$4,100,000 for the resurfacing of 9.62 miles of Illinois 3 from Vanderbrook Road to the Randolph County Line.
$800,000 for the cape seal of Illinois 155 0.3 miles west of Fort de Chartres.
ST. CLAIR COUNTY
$1,700,000 for the resurfacing of 4.85 miles of Illinois 156 from Illinois 159 to Illinois 13.