Posted on 06/17/22

Overview Of Illinois Transportation

Overview Of Illinois Transportation

Illinois is located in the Midwestern part of the country. Because of its abundance of prairie grasses, Illinois is called the Prairie State. It has 86 National Historic Landmarks that make up its rich historical culture. Illinois had 12,880 580 inhabitants. Its main cities are Springfield, Chicago, and Aurora. Chicago is known for its extremely cold weather and wind. Chicago's proximity to Lake Michigan means that cold air from the lakes blows over the city. Highway I-24, Highway I-39, Highway I-41, and Highway I-88 are some of the state's most important highways. The Illinois Department of Transportation is known as IDOT, which stands for The Illinois Department of Transportation. Interstate X (I-X), US Route X(US X), or Illinois Route X, are some of the most important roads in Illinois.