$200,000 for utility adjustment at various locations throughout the district.
$1,735,000 for bridge deck overlay on I-72, from Friends Creek, 1 mile east of Argenta, to County Highway 18, 1.5 miles west of the Piatt County line.
$1,691,000 for jurisdictional transfer for a project on Old US 51, from the DeWitt County line to US 51 in Maroa.
$150,000 for lighting on US 51 at various intersections around Macon.
$4,065,000 for resurfacing and cold milling on 14.20 miles on US 136, from US 51 in Heyworth to US 150.
$2,736,000 for bridge replacement and vertical realignment on 0.1 mile on US 136 at Mud Creek, 2.1 miles west of US 51.
$1,622,000 for bridge replacement on US 136 at Prairie Creek, 7 miles west of US 51.
$575,000 for land acquisition on I-55 (Business)/Veterans Parkway at Morris Avenue, and at Greenwood Avenue and Cabintown Road in Bloomington.
$100,000 for utility adjustment on I-55 (Business)/Veterans Parkway at Morris Avenue, and at Greenwood Avenue and Cabintown Road in Bloomington.
$500,000 for bridge painting on I-155 at Broadway Avenue, at Townline Road and at Township Road 185A.
$410,000 for engineering costs for a project on Illinois 98/Edgewater Drive/Birchwood Street, from 0.3 mile east of Parkway Drive in North Pekin to 0.2 mile west of Flint Street in Morton.
$300,000 for engineering costs for a project on Old Illinois 121 at Mackinaw River.
$110,000 for culvert replacement on Illinois 122 at Mackinaw Road/County Highway 6.
$30,000 for land acquisition on Illinois 9 at Mackinaw River tributary, 0.3 mile west of Mackinaw.
Sen. Brady said local roads and bridges will also benefit from a capital construction program passed early in April, which will provide more than $29.2 million for projects in the 44th District.