PEORIA, Ill. -- Governor Pat Quinn announced Thursday a total of more than $3.4 million for construction projects in Fulton, Knox, Mason, Peoria, Stark, Tazewell and Woodford Counties.
Six bridges will be painted for $1.2 million. Traffic signs along various routes in Woodford County will be replaced for over $825,000.
A bridge carrying Illinois Route 116 over a drainage ditch about 5.5 miles west of Farmington will be replaced for over $729,000.
Various routes in Stark County will be resurfaced with asphalt or oil and chip surfaces for over $280,000.
A bridge at Spring Lake State Fish and Wildlife Area near Manito will be removed and replaced with fill for $253,000.
Chevron sign panels with telescoping steel sign supports will be placed at various Peoria and Woodford County locations for $130,000.
A five-foot-wide sidewalk along the east side of Fandel Road from Hannah Drive to Windsor Drive in the Woodford County Village of Germantown Hills will be constructed for $77,486.