Kane County, townships and municipalities will receive more than $9 million as the sixth and final  installment of the Rebuild Illinois capital program.
Kane County, townships and municipalities will receive more than $9 million as the sixth and final installment of the Rebuild Illinois capital program.

County, Townships and Municipalities Receive Over $9 Million for Transportation

Kane County Connects Staff 10/19/2022 3:00PM

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Sixteen townships and 24 municipalities in Kane County will receive over $6 million from the state as the final installment of the  Rebuild Illinois program. Kane County will receive $2.8 million. 

The state recently announced that the sixth and final $250 million installment was made to counties, municipalities and townships statewide to address local transportation needs.  In Kane County, 16 townships will receive a total of $301,971.55 and 24 municipalities will receive a total of $5,973,258.06. 

The Rebuild Illinois capital program is investing a total of $1.5 billion to advance projects in 2,856 counties, municipalities and townships.

Projects include road and bridge improvements, traffic signal upgrades, new storm sewers and bike paths, sidewalk replacements and other long-term maintenance needs, with financial oversight from the Illinois Department of Transportation.

A complete list of local agencies and awards can be viewed here.

SOURCE:  State of Illinois media release


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