Highway Planning

An overwhelming majority of transportation in the Greater Peoria region is accomplished using personal vehicles. Those vehicles utilize planned networks of roads within and between communities in our region. Explore some of the key local and regional transportation planning efforts below!

Peoria Pekin Urbanized Area Study (PPUATS)

Because the design of streets in our communities have such potential to affect the well-being of surrounding homes and businesses, several municipalities have requested assistance from PPUATS to take a more detailed look at specific, significant street corridors or intersections. The following projects closely examine the current form and function of streets and provide a strategic guide to local decision-makers for future enhancements.

East Peoria 4 Corners Study

Peoria Heights Corridor Study

Pekin Derby St. Corridor Study

Sterling Avenue Traffic Counts/Signal Timing Plan

Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT)

A lot of careful planning goes into building robust infrastructure that allows people and goods to efficiently travel between cities and towns. Potential and realized infrastructure improvements to the interstate and state highway system in or around the Greater Peoria region can be explored by clicking on the links to IDOT project pages below. 

Eastern Bypass Project Study

McClugage Bridge Project

IL Route 29 Study

I-74 and I-155 Improvement Project

IL-336 (Peoria to Macomb) Project Study

 

Looking for more information on major projects in Illinois? Check out all of IDOT’s Featured Projects here!

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