The Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) has unveiled the FY 2023-2028 Proposed Highway Improvement Program for each county in the state, listing every project currently underway or planned for the next five years. State Representative Jeff Keicher, R-Sycamore, shared the list of projects with constituents this week in the 70th District, which includes portions or DeKalb, Kane and Boone Counties.
Representative Keicher voted in favor of the Rebuild Illinois capital plan in 2019 that is funding these highway improvement and road safety projects across the state. “Our state roads and bridges were in dire need of upgrades when we passed Rebuild Illinois three years ago,” Representative Keicher said. “Since then, I have fought to ensure that our area receives its fair share of state infrastructure dollars to invest in repairing our highways. Working together with leaders at the county and municipal level, we are meeting our commitment to fix our roads so that local families can safely get to and from school, work and recreational activities.”
IDOT’s Multi-Year plan includes 31 projects within DeKalb County at an estimated cost of $22.1 million. For a complete list of projects in DeKalb County, please click HERE.
IDOT’s Multi-Year Plan includes 26 projects within Kane County at an estimated cost of $74.4 million. For a complete list of projects in Kane County, please click HERE.
IDOT’s Multi-Year plan includes 6 projects in Boone County at an estimated cost of $10.8 million. For a complete list of projects in Boone County, please click HERE.
To view maps, get fact sheets, and access more resources on the Multi-Year Improvement Program (MYP), please visit IDOT online by clicking HERE. For questions or more information on projects within the 70th District, please call Representative Keicher’s office at (815) 748-3494.