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Illinois Route 25

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Illinois Route 25 marker

Illinois Route 25
IL 25 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by IDOT
Length35.04 mi[2] (56.39 km)
Note: Some segments of IL 25 may be counted twice due to dual markings on one-way streets through municipalities.
Existed1935[1]–present
Major junctions
South end US 34 in Oswego
  US 20 in Elgin

I-90 in Elgin
North end IL 62 in Carpentersville
Location
CountiesKendall, Kane, Cook
Highway system
US 24.svg US 24Illinois 26.svg IL 26

Illinois Route 25 (IL 25) is a state road in northeast Illinois. It runs north from U.S. Route 34 in Oswego to Illinois Route 62 (Algonquin Road) in Algonquin. Illinois 25 is 35.04 miles (56.39 km) in length.[2]

Route description

Southern terminus of IL 25 at the junction with US 34 in Oswego
Southern terminus of IL 25 at the junction with US 34 in Oswego

Illinois Route 25 was opened in August 1929; it originally ran from Elgin to East Dundee. It was extended southward to St. Charles in 1930. The entirety of this road follows part of the Fox River on its eastern bank. Illinois Route 31 parallels Route 25 (and the river) on the western bank of the river.

Route 25's southern terminus is in Oswego. It moves northward into Montgomery, where U.S. Highway 30 passes over, but does not have an interchange with it. Route 25 then passes through downtown Aurora. It then winds through North Aurora and Batavia, lacking an interchange with Interstate 88. Route 25 intersects Illinois Route 56 in North Aurora, Illinois Route 38 in Geneva, and Illinois Route 64 in St. Charles.

Route 25 continues northward through South Elgin and into Elgin, intersecting with U.S. Highway 20, and forming the western terminus of both Illinois Route 19 and Illinois Route 58 there.

North of Elgin, Route 25 intersects Interstate 90 and continues into East Dundee, crossing State Routes 72, the main east–west route through the Dundee area, and 68 near its western end. After this, the road passes through Carpentersville, and finally ends at Illinois Route 62 in Algonquin. Route 25 is also known as J.F. Kennedy Memorial Drive within Carpentersville's boundaries.

History

SBI Route 25 was originally what is now U.S. Route 45 from Fairfield north to Kankakee.[3] In 1935, IL 25 moved entirely from US 45 to its current routing.[1][4]

Major intersections

IDOT has surveyed the route from north to south. Mileposts are given in distances from southern terminus, while mileage under county names reflects IDOT surveying.[2]

CountyLocationmikmDestinationsNotes
KaneAlgonquin0.00.0 IL 62 (Algonquin Road)Northern terminus
East Dundee3.25.1 IL 68 (Barrington Avenue)
4.06.4 IL 72 (Higgins Road/Main Street)
KaneCook
county line
Elgin6.09.7
I-90 (Jane Addams Memorial Tollway) – Chicago, Rockford
I-90 exit 56
Kane7.411.9 IL 58 east (Summit Street/Evanston-Elgin Road)
8.113.0 IL 19 east (Chicago Street/Chicago-Elgin Road)
9.214.8 To US 20 (Elgin Bypass/Grant Highway/Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Highway)
St. Charles17.728.5 IL 64 (Main Street)
Geneva19.631.5 IL 38 (State Street)
North Aurora25.541.0 IL 56 (Butterfield Road/State Street)
KendallOswego35.0456.39 US 34 (Madison Street/Chicago Road)Southern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References

  1. ^ a b Illinois Secretary of State; H.M. Gousha (1935). Official Road Map Illinois (Map). [c. 1:950,000 and c. 1:1,110,000]. Springfield: Illinois Secretary of State. Retrieved November 5, 2020 – via Illinois Digital Archives.
  2. ^ a b c Illinois Technology Transfer Center (2007). "T2 GIS Data". Retrieved 2007-11-08.
  3. ^ Illinois Secretary of State; Rand McNally (1934). Official Road Map Illinois (Map). [c. 1:950,000 and c. 1:1,110,000]. Springfield: Illinois Secretary of State. OCLC 183709045. Retrieved November 5, 2020 – via Illinois Digital Archives.
  4. ^ Carlson, Rick. Illinois Highways Page: Routes 21 thru 40. Last updated March 15, 2006. Retrieved March 22, 2006.

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