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Illinois Route 16

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Illinois Route 16 marker

Illinois Route 16
IL 16 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by IDOT
Length174.66 mi[2] (281.09 km)
ExistedNovember 5, 1918[1]–present
Major junctions
West end IL 100 in Hardin
  US 67 in Jerseyville
I-55 in Litchfield
US 51 in Pana
US 45 / IL 121 in Mattoon
I-57 in Mattoon
East end US 150 / IL 1 / IL 133 in Paris
Location
CountiesCalhoun, Greene, Jersey, Macoupin, Montgomery, Christian, Shelby, Moultrie, Coles, Edgar
Highway system
IL 15IL 17

Illinois Route 16 (IL 16) is an east–west highway in central Illinois. Its western terminus is at the Joe Page Bridge over the Illinois River in Hardin, while its eastern terminus is at Paris at Illinois Route 1 and U.S. Route 150, with Illinois Route 133. This is a distance of 174.66 miles (281.09 km).[2]

Route description

IL 16
IL 16

Illinois 16 is a major east–west state highway in Central Illinois. It runs east from Hardin to Hillsboro, and then turns northeast to Pana. Illinois 16 then continues east to Shelbyville and then to Paris. It overlaps Illinois 133 shortly before entering Paris.

In Paris, Illinois 16 and Illinois 133 terminate at the intersection of Jasper and Main/Central Streets. Illinois 16/133 run west from this intersection, while U.S. 150 runs north and east. Illinois 1 runs north and south.

History

SBI Route 16 was established in 1918, running originally from Litchfield east to Paris. In 1962, a new 4-lane highway was built from Mattoon to Charleston; this became Illinois 16, while the old alignment became Illinois Route 316, which was dropped sometime in the 1970s.[1]

Major intersections

CountyLocationmi[3]kmDestinationsNotes
CalhounHardin0.00.0 IL 100 north / Great River Road northWest end of IL 100/GRR overlap
Illinois River0.10.16Hardin Bridge
Jersey5.89.3 IL 100 south / Great River Road southEast end of IL 100/GRR overlap
Jerseyville18.830.3 US 67 (State Street)
Macoupin28.846.3 IL 111 / IL 267
Royal Lakes39.062.8 IL 159 south
Gillespie47.075.6 IL 4 southWest end of IL 4 overlap
47.576.4 IL 4 north (Springfield Road)East end of IL 4 overlap
MontgomeryLitchfield55.589.3 I-55 – Springfield, East St. LouisI-55 exit 52
56.290.4 Historic US 66 (Columbian Boulevard)
63.7102.5 IL 127 northWest end of IL 127 overlap
Hillsboro66.2106.5 IL 127 south (Main Street)East end of IL 127 overlap
ChristianPana95.2153.2 US 51 south (Poplar Street)West end of US 51 overlap
95.8154.2 IL 29 north (Hickory Street)
97.3156.6 US 51 northEast end of US 51 overlap
Shelby108174 IL 128 southWest end of IL 128 overlap
Shelbyville111179 IL 128 north (Cedar Street)East end of IL 128 overlap
121195 IL 32 southWest end of IL 32 overlap
Windsor123198 IL 32 north (Hickory Street)East end of IL 32 overlap
Moultrie
No major junctions
ColesMattoon136219 US 45 north / IL 121 north (19th Street)West end of US 45/IL 121 overlap
136219 US 45 south / IL 121 south (Lake Land Boulevard)East end of US 45/IL 121 overlap
139224 I-57 – Champaign, EffinghamI-57 exit 190
Charleston147237 IL 130
158254 IL 49 southWest end of IL 49 overlap
EdgarKansas160260 IL 49 north (Front Street)East end of IL 49 overlap
Paris174280 IL 133 westWest end of IL 133 overlap
174.66281.09 US 150 west / IL 1 (Central Avenue, Main Street) – Marshall, Danville
IL 133 ends
One way streets; eastern termini of IL 16/133
174.66281.09 US 150 east – Terre HauteContinuation beyond IL 1
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References

  1. ^ a b Carlson, Rich. Illinois Highways Page: Routes 1 thru 20. Last updated March 15, 2005. Retrieved April 2, 2006.
  2. ^ a b Illinois Technology Transfer Center (2007). "T2 GIS Data". Retrieved 2007-11-08.
  3. ^ Google Maps, [1]

External links

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