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Interstate 55 (I-55) is a major north–south Interstate Highway in the U.S. state of Illinois that connects the St. Louis, Missouri, and Chicago metropolitan areas. It enters the state from Missouri on the Poplar Street Bridge near East St. Louis and runs to U.S. Route 41 (US 41, Lake Shore Drive) near downtown Chicago where the highway ends, a distance of 294.38 miles (473.76 km).[2] The Road also runs through the cities of Springfield, Bloomington, and Joliet. The section in DuPage County is officially named Joliet Freeway or Will Rogers Freeway and in Cook County is officially named the Stevenson Expressway.

Interstate 55 marker

Interstate 55
I-55 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by IDOT
Length294.38 mi[1] (473.76 km)
Major junctions
South end I-55 / I-64 / US 40 at East St. Louis
North end US 41 in Chicago
CountiesSt. Clair, Madison, Macoupin, Montgomery, Sangamon, Logan, McLean, Livingston, Grundy, Will, DuPage, Cook
Highway system
IL 54IL 56

Route descriptionEdit

I-55 within Illinois carries heavy traffic, with an average of more than 20,000 vehicles per day for most of its length.[3] Significant portions of I-55 contain six lanes (three lanes in each direction) and are heavily used by commuters.[4] I-55 in Illinois begins in East St. Louis on the Poplar Street Bridge over the Mississippi River at the Missouri–Illinois state line[4] and runs southwest to northeast through the state, ending in Chicago at US 41 (Lake Shore Drive). Along the way, it goes through four metropolitan areas in the state: the Illinois portion of the St. Louis metropolitan area, the Springfield metropolitan area, the Bloomington-Normal metropolitan area, and the Chicago metropolitan area (also known as Chicagoland).[4]

I-55 enters the Chicago metro area as the Stevenson Expressway and provides easy access to downtown Chicago via both the I-90/I-94 (Dan Ryan Expressway) interchange and US 41 (Lake Shore Drive) at the northern terminus of I-55, near Cermak Road and the lakefront.


I-55 in Illinois is the fourth road to connect St. Louis and Chicago. The first was the Pontiac Trail in 1915. This was largely improved and paved as the new Illinois Route 4 (IL 4) by 1924.[5] In 1926, IL 4 was designated as the route of the new U.S 66, and a new section of US 66 was built to bypass slower sections of IL 4 south of Springfield by 1930. Through the 1950s US 66 was continually widened, straightened, and improved to handle its growing traffic, until its entire length was four lanes wide by 1957.[6]

The roots of I-55 could be traced back to the need of a national highway system.[7] President Dwight D. Eisenhower saw the need of a national network of highways that would help with the mobilization of the army. He had been impressed with the autobahn he saw in Germany during World War II. In 1956 he signed the Federal Aid Highway Act into existence.[7] Although the act provided for a highway replacing Route 66, it was spared destruction for a while because of it being more modern than other routes at the time.[7] Illinois would build its first new Interstate highways on other routes such as I-80, I-57, and I-70, before turning its attention once again to the St. Louis-to-Chicago route.

However, during the 1970s, Route 66 was finally replaced by I-55 as the fourth St. Louis-to-Chicago highway, serving most of the same communities along the way as the original Pontiac Trail. It was built in sections across Illinois, often on the original Route 66 roadbed. A common construction tactic where Route 66 was already four lanes wide, was to build new southbound lanes for I-55 west of the original road, then rebuild the original southbound lanes of US 66 to be the new northbound lanes for I-55, leaving the original northbound lanes of old US 66 as a two-way frontage road.[7] One can find many signs posted for Historic US 66, especially where it deviates from I-55.

The earliest stretch of I-55 was a portion of US 66 which had already been built as a freeway between Gardner and I-294 (Tri-State Tollway) in Indian Head Park, and which was added to the Interstate system by simply erecting new signs in 1960.[8] Later portions of the highway were built in the 1960s between East St. Louis and Hamel, as bypasses of Springfield and Bloomington-Normal.[9] The rest of the road was completed in the 1970s.

The Stevenson Expressway near Countryside, heading southwest

The Stevenson Expressway opened on October 24, 1964 as the Southwest Expressway. It was renamed after Adlai Stevenson,[10] the former governor of Illinois, on September 1, 1965, a month and a half after his death. The Stevenson's original termini were US 66 in DuPage County to the west, and the Dan Ryan Expressway to the east.

In 1999–2000, the expressway was completely rebuilt from Central Avenue north to Lake Shore Drive, including the ramps to the Dan Ryan. The Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) was criticized at the time for not adding a fourth lane in each direction to the highway.[11]

In 2017, the Illinois General Assembly voted to rename approximately 70 miles (110 km) of I-55 from the Tri-State Tollway (I-294) to Pontiac in honor of Barack Obama.[12][13]

Upgrades and current constructionEdit

Because of the heavy traffic on I-55, IDOT spends millions of dollars per year maintaining the roadway, adding lanes, and replacing bridges to increase the capacity of the highway.[14][15]

In northeastern Illinois near Joliet, a widening project that expanded I-55 from two to three lanes in each direction between I-80 (exit 250) and Weber Road (exit 263) was completed on October 29, 2008.[16]

In the 2000s decade, the Damen Avenue (exit 290) and Pulaski Road (exit 287) interchanges were rebuilt as a single-point urban interchange (SPUI) configuration; in 2014 reconstruction as a SPUI was completed for the Central Avenue (exit 285) interchange. The Arsenal Road (exit 245) interchange was under complete rebuilding and reconfiguration as of 2012, and the deteriorated overpass at IL 129 (exit 238) was removed in 2012 in anticipation of future construction of a full interchange, temporarily leaving the IL 129 interchange with only a northbound exit and northbound entrance.[17][18]

At St. Louis, the Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge carrying I-70 across the Mississippi River, and costing $667 million, was completed in 2014 to relieve congestion on I-55's Poplar Street Bridge.[19][20]


Governor Bruce Rauner, in early 2016, made a proposal to explore expanding the Stevenson Expressway portion of I-55 by adding an additional lane in each direction to ease congestion. Under his proposal, toll lanes would be constructed and operated through a potential private-public partnership.[21]

Exit listEdit

Mississippi River0.000.00    I-55 south / I-64 west / US 40 west – Kansas City, Memphis, TulsaContinuation into Missouri
Poplar Street Bridge
St. ClairEast St. Louis0.631.01   IL 3 south (Mississippi Avenue) / Great River Road south – Cahokia, SaugetSouthern end of IL 3/GRR concurrency
0.901.45Tudor AvenueEntrance ramp from Piggott Avenue
1.302.091  IL 15 (Barack Obama Avenue) / 13th Street, Tudor Avenue – East St. Louis Business DistrictNorthbound exit and southbound entrance; to Broadway Avenue
1.802.902AThird Street – Eads BridgeSouthbound exit and northbound entrance
1.913.072BCMartin Luther King Bridge – Downtown St. LouisSouthbound exit and northbound entrance; left exit is signed as exit 2B and right exit as 2C
2.674.303A   I-64 east / IL 3 north to St. Clair Avenue – LouisvilleNorthern end of I-64/IL 3 concurrency
2.884.633B  I-70 west – Kansas CitySouthern end of I-70 concurrency; southbound exit and northbound entrance
2.984.803CExchange AvenueSouthbound exit and northbound entrance
Madison3.996.424  IL 203 (Collinsville Road) – Fairmont City, Granite City, MadisonSigned as exits 4A (south) and 4B (north) southbound
Fairmont City6.3210.176   IL 111 / Great River Road north – Wood River, Washington ParkNorthern end of GRR concurrency
Collinsville8.8414.239Black LaneNorthbound exit and southbound entrance
9.8615.8710   I-255 to I-270 – Memphis
11.0017.7011   Historic US 66 (Bluff Road) / IL 157 – Collinsville, Edwardsville
Maryville14.5523.4215  IL 159 (Center Street/Morrison Avenue) – Collinsville, Maryville, Glen Carbon, EdwardsvilleSigned as exits 15A (south) and 15B (north)
Troy16.9127.2117  US 40 east – St. Jacob, HighlandNorthern end of US 40 concurrency
17.9128.8218  IL 162 (Edwardsville Road) – Troy, Granite City, Glen Carbon
19.0830.7120A  I-70 east – IndianapolisNorthern end of I-70 concurrency
19.3231.0920B   Historic US 66 / I-270 west – Kansas City
Edwardsville22.3936.0323  IL 143 – Edwardsville, Marine
Hamel29.5747.5930  IL 140 – Alton, Greenville, Hamel
33.1553.3533   Historic US 66 / IL 4 – Staunton, Lebanon, Worden
Livingston36.7159.0837New Douglas Road / Nicholls Street – Livingston, New Douglas
Macoupin40.4765.1341Staunton Road – Staunton
White City44.0570.8944  IL 138 – Mount Olive, Benld, White City
MontgomeryLitchfield52.3584.2552  IL 16 – Gillespie, Litchfield, Hillsboro, Jerseyville
59.9896.5360  IL 108 – Carlinville
63.02101.4263   IL 48 (North 22nd Avenue) / IL 127 – Raymond, Taylorville, Hillsboro, Waggoner, Morrisonville
Farmersville71.51115.0872Mine Avenue / Main Street – Farmersville, Girard, Waggoner, Morrisonville
SangamonDivernon80.00128.7580  Historic US 66 (Divernon Road) – Divernon
81.53131.2182   Historic US 66 / IL 104 – Pawnee, Auburn, Jacksonville, Taylorville
83.35134.1483Old Route 66 – Glenarm
Springfield88.26142.0488  Historic US 66 (East Lake Drive) – Chatham
90.16145.1090Toronto Road
91.84147.8092A   Historic US 66 / I-55 Bus. north (6th Street) – Springfield, Southern ViewLeft exit northbound
92.28148.5192B   I-72 west / US 36 west – Jacksonville, QuincySouthern end of I-72/US 36 concurrency; left exit northbound
94.42151.9594Stevenson Drive, East Lake Drive
96.37155.0996  IL 29 (South Grand Avenue) – Taylorville, Rochester, EdinburgSigned as exits 96A (south) and 96B (north)
97.47156.8698A   I-72 east / US 36 east – Decatur, Champaign, UrbanaNorthern end of I-72/US 36 concurrency
98B  IL 97 west (Clear Lake Avenue)Downtown Springfield
99.53160.18100  IL 54 east (Sangamon Avenue) – Clinton, Spaulding, Mount PulaskiSigned as exits 100A (IL 54 east) and 100B (Sangamon Avenue); Illinois State Fairgrounds
Sherman104.50168.18105     Historic US 66 / I-55 Bus. south (Sherman Boulevard) to IL 4 (Veterans Parkway) – Springfield, ShermanAbraham Lincoln Capital Airport
Williamsville109.13175.63109   Historic US 66 / IL 123 – Williamsville, Petersburg, Athens
LoganElkhart114.56184.37115CR 700 North / Kennedy Road – Elkhart, Mount Pulaski
119.42192.19119CR 800 East – Broadwell
122.51197.16123   Historic US 66 / I-55 Bus. north (Lincoln Parkway) – Lincoln
Lincoln125.78202.42126   IL 10 / IL 121 (Woodlawn Road) – Lincoln, Mason City, Decatur, Clinton
127.04204.45127  I-155 north – Peoria, Hartsburg, MortonSouthern end of I-155, I-155 exit 0; left exit northbound
132.21212.77133   Historic US 66 / I-55 Bus. south – Lincoln, Lawndale
139.81225.00140South Street / 2350th Street – Atlanta, Lawndale, Waynesville
McLean144.68232.84145  US 136 – McLean, Heyworth, Funks Grove
153.74247.42154850 North Road – Shirley, Funks Grove
157A   I-74 east / US 51 south – Indianapolis, Decatur, ChampaignSouthern end of I-74/US 51 concurrency
Bloomington157B   Historic US 66 / I-55 Bus. north (Veterans Parkway)Signed as exit 134B (north) southbound
159.69257.00160   US 150 / IL 9 (Market Street) – Pekin
163.32262.84163  I-74 west – PeoriaNorthern end of I-74 concurrency; I-74 exit 127
164.48264.70164   I-39 north / US 51 north – RockfordNorthern end of US 51 concurrency; southern terminus of I-39
  US 51 Bus. – Bloomington, Normal
Signed as exits 165A (south) and 165B (north) northbound
167.36269.34167    Historic US 66 / I-55 Bus. south (Veterans Parkway) – Central Illinois Regional Airport
170.99275.181711900 East Road – Towanda
Lexington178.29286.93178P.J. Keller Highway – Lexington
Chenoa186.60300.30187  US 24 – El Paso, Chenoa, Peoria, Washington, Eureka, Fairbury, Forrest
Livingston196.62316.43197  IL 116 – Flanagan, Pontiac, Metamora
200.46322.61201  IL 23 – Pontiac, Streator, OttawaTo IL 170
209.03336.402092600 North Road – Odell
Dwight217.02349.26217  IL 17 (Mazon Avenue) – Streator, Kankakee, Dwight
Grundy219.91353.91220  IL 47 (Union Street) – Dwight, Morris, Mazon
226.88365.13227   Historic US 66 / IL 53 (County Road 7000 South) – Gardner, Braceville, Godley
county line
233.42375.65233Reed Road – Braidwood
Will235.63379.21236   IL 113 (Division Street/Johnson Road) to IL 129 – Kankakee, Coal City, Braidwood, Diamond
238.32383.54238  IL 129 south (Will Rogers Highway) – Braidwood, WilmingtonNorthbound exit and entrance; northern terminus of IL 129
240.41386.90240Lorenzo Road
240.97387.80241North River Road – Wilmington
243.91392.54244  CR 17 east (Arsenal Road)Chicagoland Speedway
246.67396.98247  CR 77 west (Bluff Road) – Channahon
Channahon248.15399.36248  US 6 (Eames Street/Channahon Road) – Joliet, Morris, Rockdale
250.25402.74250  I-80 – Iowa, Indiana, Joliet, Moline, Rock IslandI-80 exit 126; signed as exits 250A (east) & 250B (west)
Shorewood251.40404.59251   IL 59 north (Cottage Street) / Historic US 66 alt. (Will Rogers Highway) – Shorewood, PlainfieldNorthbound exit and southbound entrance
city line
252.79406.83253  US 52 (Jefferson Street) – Joliet, Shorewood
city line
257.41414.26257   US 30 / Lincoln Highway (Plainfield Road) – Aurora, Joliet, Plainfield, Crest Hill
Plainfield261.08420.17261   IL 126 west (Will Rogers Highway, Main Street) / Historic US 66 alt. – PlainfieldSouthbound exit and northbound entrance
city line
263.43423.95263  CR 88 (Weber Road)
Bolingbrook267.02429.73267  IL 53 (Bolingbrook Drive) – Bolingbrook, Romeoville
268.73432.48268  Historic US 66 west (Will Rogers Highway, Joliet Road) – Romeoville, JolietSouthbound exit and northbound entrance; Southern terminus of Joliet Freeway
  I-355 (Veterans Memorial Tollway) – Northwest Suburbs, Southwest Suburbs
I-355 exit 12
DuPageDarien270.85435.89271  CR 9 (Lemont Road) – Lemont, Downers GroveSigned as exits 271A (south) and 271B (north)
272.86439.13273  CR 15 (Cass Avenue) – WestmontSigned as exits 273A (south) and 273B (north); Argonne National Laboratory
WillowbrookBurr Ridge
city line
274.50441.76274  IL 83 (Kingery Highway) – Willowbrook, Hinsdale, Oak Brook
county line
Burr Ridge276.33444.71276County Line RoadSigned as exits 276A (south) and 276B (north)
CookIndian Head Park276.80445.47276C  Historic US 66 east (Will Rogers Highway/Joliet Road) – CountrysideNorthbound exit and southbound entrance; Northeastern terminus of Joliet Freeway; Southwestern terminus of Stevenson Expressway
Indian Head ParkCountryside
city line
  I-294 (Tri-State Tollway) – Indiana, Wisconsin, O'Hare Airport
Signed as exits 277A (north) and 277B (south); I-294 exit 23; no southbound exit to I-294 south
city line
278.87448.80279    US 12 / US 20 / US 45 (La Grange Road) – La Grange, Palos Park, Orland ParkSigned as exits 279A (east/south) and 279B (west/north)
Summit282.29454.30282  IL 171 (1st Avenue) – Summit, McCook, BrookfieldSigned as exits 282A (south) and 282B (north) northbound; Brookfield Zoo
city line
283.40456.09283  IL 43 (Harlem Avenue (7200 West)) – Berwyn, Bedford Park
Chicago285.57459.58285Central Avenue (5600 West)
286.67461.35286   IL 50 (Cicero Avenue (4800 West)) – Chicago Midway Airport
287.74463.07287Pulaski Road (4000 West)
288.83464.83288Kedzie Avenue (3200 West)Southbound exit and northbound entrance
289.37465.70289California Avenue (2800 West)Northbound exit and southbound entrance
290.44467.42290Damen Avenue (2000 West)
290.96468.25290Ashland Avenue (1600 West)Northbound exit and southbound entrance
292.34470.48292   I-90 / I-94 (Dan Ryan Expressway) – Indiana, WisconsinSigned as exits 292A (west) and 292B (east) northbound, and as exits 292 (west) and 293B (east) southbound
292.91471.39293ACermak Road – Chinatown (2200 South)Northbound exit and southbound entrance
293.13471.75293CState Street (0 East/West)Southbound exit and northbound entrance
293.61472.52293DMartin L. King Drive (400 East)Northbound exit and southbound entrance
293.88472.95   US 41 / LMCT (Lake Shore Drive)Northern end of freeway; Northeastern terminus of Stevenson Expressway; northbound exit to and southbound exit from Lake Shore Drive
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Related routesEdit

Auxiliary routesEdit

I-55 has three auxiliary routes in Illinois:

  •   I-155: A spur from I-55 in Lincoln to I-74 just east of Peoria.
  •   I-255: The eastern third of the beltway around the St. Louis Metro Area (with I-270 forming the other two-thirds)
  •   I-355: The Veterans Memorial Tollway, serving the western and southwestern suburbs of Chicago, running from I-80 in New Lenox to I-290 in Addison

Springfield business loopEdit


Interstate 55 Business

Business Loop 55 refers to a major arterial surface street that serves downtown Springfield, Illinois. It runs north from the intersection of Interstates 55 and Interstate 72 through downtown to Illinois Route 4 (Veterans' Parkway). It then runs northeast to Sherman.[23]

All of Business Loop 55 was part of U.S. Route 66 at some point.

Major junctions
The entire route is in Sangamon County.

    I-55 / I-72 / US 36 – Jacksonville, Decatur, Chicago, St. LouisExit 92A (I-55), Exit 97B (I-72)
4.97.9  IL 97 north (Jefferson Street)
5.08.0  IL 97 south (Madison Street)
7.011.3  IL 29 (Sangamon Avenue)Southern end of IL 29 concurrency
8.012.9    IL 4 south / IL 29 north (Veterans Parkway) – Abraham Lincoln Capital AirportNorthern end of IL 29 concurrency, northern terminus of IL 4
Sherman12.119.5  IL 124 west (Andrew Road) – Andrew, AthensEastern terminus of IL 124
12.720.4  I-55 south – SpringfieldExit 105 (I-55), no access to I-55 northbound from this point
Williams Township13.922.4  I-55 north – ChicagoOnly access to I-55 northbound
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Lincoln business loopEdit


Interstate 55 Business

The Lincoln business route services the downtown of Lincoln, Illinois. It begins southwest of Lincoln and follows the former US 66 to Fifth Street. It then turns east on Fifth Street, southeast on Clinton Street, and northeast on Kickapoo Street at the city's center. The route continues northeast to rejoin the former routing of US 66 northeast of town near the Logan County Airport, at which point it continues along that route to end at I-55 further northeast of Lincoln.

Bloomington–Normal business loopEdit


Interstate 55 Business

The routing of the Bloomington-Normal business loop is known for its entire length as Veterans Parkway. It is a divided, limited-access highway bypassing the Bloomington-Normal area to the south and east. The route's north-south portion largely passes through a retail core, including Eastland Mall and The Shoppes at College Hills. The is also the recommended route from I-39, I-55 and I-74 to Central Illinois Regional Airport via IL 9.

Major junctions
The entire route is in McLean County.

Bloomington    I-55 / I-74 / US 51 – Springfield, Decatur, Champaign, Rockford, Joliet, PeoriaExit 157 on I-55; exit 134 on westbound I-74
  Historic US 66 west (Hamilton Road)Western end of Historic Route 66 concurrency
   US 51 Bus. (Main Street) / Historic US 66 east
Diamond interchange, eastern end of Historic US 66 concurrency
  US 150 (Morrisey Drive)
   IL 9 (Empire Street) – Pekin, Gibson CityCentral Illinois Regional Airport
Normal  Historic US 66 (Shelbourne Drive) – NormalSouthbound exit only
  I-55 – Joliet, SpringfieldI-55 exit 167; road continues to the north as Pipeline Road
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


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