U.S. Route 30 in Illinois

U.S. Route 30 In Illinois

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U.S. Route 30 in Illinois

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In the state of Illinois, U.S. Route 30 is an east–west arterial surface road in northern Illinois. It runs from across the Mississippi River from Clinton, Iowa to Lynwood at the Indiana state line. This is a distance of .

Route description

Mississippi River to Interstate 39

U.S. 30 crosses from Clinton, Iowa to the greater Fulton area over the Gateway Bridge. U.S. 30 bypasses most of the city of Fulton to the south. From Fulton, U.S. 30 travels southeastward through the town of Morrison en route to a crossing over the Rock River and Rock Falls. Here also, U.S. 30 bypasses the majority of the town, intersecting Illinois Route 40 and having an interchange with Interstate 88 on the southeast side of Rock Falls.

East of Rock Falls, U.S. 30 turns directly eastwards and intersects Illinois Route 26 well south of Dixon. It also intersects U.S. Route 52 at a remote location north of Amboy in Lee County. U.S. 30 remains rural continuing eastwards, intersecting Illinois Route 251 a few miles west of Interstate 39.

On the stretch of U.S. 30 between Rock Falls and Shabbona, there are no notable population centers located on the highway. This is a distance of approximately 50 miles (81 km).

Interstate 39 to Joliet

U.S. 30 continues east of the I-39 interchange on a largely straight line through the towns of Shabbona, Waterman and Hinckley. The proposed Prairie Parkway limited access highway will interchange with U.S. Route 30 east of Dauberman...
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