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Road sign for I-80

Interstate 80 in Illinois

Map of I-80 System

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Interstate 80 (I-80) is a part of the Interstate Highway System that runs from San Francisco, California, to Teaneck, New Jersey. I-80 enters Illinois from Iowa in the west, southwest of Rapids City and runs generally eastward through East Moline, LaSalle and Joliet, before entering Indiana in Lansing. The interstate runs for approximately 163.41 miles (262.98 km) through the state.

In the 1920s, two state highways followed the general alignment that I-80 takes. In 1932 US 6 was extended through Illinois, paralleling the alignment that I-80 in Illinois. Construction started in 1957 and I-80 was completed in 1968. In the early 1990s Illinois wanted to reroute I-80 in the Quad Cities area. At the same time the section of I-80 that is concurrent with I-294 was reconstructed. The portion of I-80 that is concurrent with the Kingery Expressway was rebuilt in the mid-2000s....

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I-80 IL Exits


Highway I-80 runs West to East with exit numbers starting at the western most exit of each state or province.

   Lodging    Fuel    Food
   Vehicle    Shopping
   Entertainment/Tourist
   Medical Assistance    Police    Fire
 Pets    Bank/ATM



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