GALESBURG – Work on the bridge that carries Farnham Street over the U.S. 34 expressway will begin on April 1. The bridge, located a half-mile west of the interchange, will close the ramps from I-74 to U.S. 34. The project involves straightening and replacing steel girders on the bridge. Work is expected to be completed in May.
GULF PORT, Illinois – Construction work on U.S. 34 in Gulf Port will begin on April 1. Repairs to bridge joints at the U.S. 34 and Mellinger Avenue interchange will force the closure of lanes. The project is expected to be completed in June.
MONMOUTH – Construction on U.S. 34 in Monmouth will begin on Monday, April 22. Work will include resurfacing, as well as guardrail replacement, improved pedestrian accommodations, drainage and signals. Lanes will be closed during the project and delays can be anticipated. Work is expected to be completed by December.
INDUSTRY – Construction on U.S. 67 between Industry and Illinois 101 will begin Monday, April 29. The work involves centerline joint repair and pavement patching, and will require daytime lane closures. All work is expected to be complete by June.
LEWISTOWN – Construction on U.S. 24 between Lewistown and Little America (Illinois 78/97) will begin on Wednesday, May 1. The work zone will also include Illinois 78/97. Work involves resurfacing, rebuilding curbs and gutters, guardrail replacement and improving pedestrian accommodations, which will require daytime lane closures. Work is expected to be completed by October.
AVON – Pavement patching on Illinois 41 near Avon will begin on Monday, April 15. The project will require daytime lane closures between Avon and Illinois 9. Traffic will be controlled by flaggers. Work is expected to be completed by June 15.
LEWISTOWN – Construction on Illinois 100 just north of Lewistown will begin Monday, April 22. The work involves repairing a box culvert that has caused recurring dips in the road. To facilitate the work, Illinois 100 will be closed between Lewistown and Illinois 78. The posted detour will use Illinois 78 and U.S. 24. Construction is expected to last about three weeks.