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Illinois Route 130

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Illinois Route 130 marker

Illinois Route 130
IL 130 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by IDOT
Length135.87 mi[2] (218.66 km)
Existed1924[1]–present
Major junctions
South end IL 1 in Grayville
  US 50 in Olney
US 40 in Greenup
I-70 in Greenup
US 36 in Camargo
US 150 in Urbana
North end I-74 in Urbana
Location
CountiesEdwards, Richland, Jasper, Cumberland, Coles, Douglas, Champaign
Highway system
IL 129IL 131

Illinois Route 130 is a north–south state road in eastern Illinois. It runs from Illinois Route 1 in Grayville north to Interstate 74 in Urbana. This is a distance of 135.87 miles (218.66 km).[2] Illinois 130 is the main north–south road through Charleston, the home of Eastern Illinois University.

Route description

Illinois 130 begins very near the Wabash River at Illinois 1 in Grayville. Traveling north, it overlaps Illinois Route 33 in Newton, U.S. Route 36 in Camargo and U.S. Route 150 in Urbana. It is also called High Cross Road in Urbana. Illinois 130 is an undivided two-lane surface road for its entire length.

History

SBI Route 130 was what Illinois 130 is now from Albion north to Charleston. In March 1937, when Illinois 1 was moved to a new road further south, Illinois 130 was extended south to Illinois 1.[3] In 1964, Illinois 130 was extended north to Mira Station, an unincorporated area south of Champaign in Champaign County. The highway was formerly county highways The University of Illinois Trail, with U and I superimposed, then the symbol of the University of Illinois.. In the 1980s it was moved to its present terminus, now running north from Philo to Urbana and along U.S. 150 to Interstate 74.[1] There is a short 4-lane divided stretch from US 150 to I-74, the only 4-lane portion of Illinois 130.

IL 130A

Illinois Route 130A
LocationBoosSainte Marie, Illinois
Existed1931[5]–1942[4]

Illinois Route 130A was a spur of Illinois Route 130 during the 1930s. The route ran from Route 130 in Boos to Sainte Marie, a distance of 5 miles (8.0 km).[6] Initially, IL 130A used to be signed as IL 130 but it only acted like a spur route to Sainte Marie.[7] IL 130A replaced a portion of that in 1931.[5] It eventually got decommissioned in 1942.[4][8] The route is now a local road known as both 600th Avenue and Embarras Street.

Major Intersections

CountyLocationmikmDestinationsNotes
EdwardsGrayville0.00.0 IL 1 – Mt. Carmel, Grayville, Carmi
Albion8.513.7 IL 15 westSouth end of IL 15 concurrency
8.613.8 IL 15 eastNorth end of IL 15 concurrency
RichlandOlney32.652.5 US 50 / IL 250 east – Flora, LawrencevilleSouth end of IL 250 concurrency
33.754.2 IL 250 west – NobleNorth end of IL 250 concurrency
JasperNewton52.985.1 IL 33 west – EffinghamSouth end of IL 33 concurrency
55.088.5 IL 33 eastNorth end of IL 33 concurrency
CumberlandGreenup71.6115.2 US 40 – Jewett, Casey
71.8115.6 IL 121 north – Toledo
72.1116.0 I-70 – Effingham, Terre HauteI-70 exit 119
ColesCharleston89.2143.6 IL 16 – Mattoon, Paris
Douglas103.5166.6 IL 133 – Arcola, Paris
Camargo111.2179.0 US 36 west – TuscolaSouth end of US 36 concurrency
112.0180.2 US 36 eastNorth end of US 36 concurrency
ChampaignUrbana134.3216.1 US 150 east – St. JosephSouth end of US 150 concurrency
135.4217.9 US 150 westNorth end of US 150 concurrency
135.87218.66 I-74 – Bloomington, DanvilleI-74 exit 185
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

External links

References

  1. ^ a b Carlson, Rich. Illinois Highways Page: Routes 121 thru 140. Last updated April 15, 2005. Retrieved May 13, 2006.
  2. ^ a b Illinois Technology Transfer Center (2006). "T2 GIS Data". Retrieved 2007-11-08.
  3. ^ "State Highway Markings to be Changed". The Journal Gazette. March 29, 1937. p. 1. Retrieved December 12, 2016 – via Newspapers.com. open access
  4. ^ a b Illinois Secretary of State; Rand McNally (1942). Illinois Road Map (Map). c. 1:918,720. Springfield: Illinois Secretary of State. Retrieved September 30, 2020 – via Illinois Digital Archives.
  5. ^ a b Illinois Secretary of State (1931). Official Illinois Highway Map (Map). [c. 1:950,000 and c. 1:1,110,000]. Springfield: Illinois Secretary of State. Retrieved September 30, 2020 – via Illinois Digital Archives.
  6. ^ Illinois Highway Ends - Illinois Route 130
  7. ^ Illinois Secretary of State (1930). Official Illinois Highway Map (Map). [c. 1:950,000 and c. 1:1,110,000]. Springfield: Illinois Secretary of State. Retrieved September 30, 2020 – via Illinois Digital Archives.
  8. ^ Illinois Highways Page - Routes 121 through 140
  9. ^ Google (March 3, 2017). "Overview Map of IL 130" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved March 3, 2017.
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