Illinois Route 32

Illinois Route 32 (IL 32) is a northsouth highway with its southern terminus at U.S. Route 40 and Illinois Route 33 in Effingham and its northern terminus at Illinois Route 48 at Cisco, a few hundred feet south of Interstate 72. Illinois 32 is 69.32 miles (111.56 km) long.[1]

Illinois Route 32
IL 32 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by IDOT
Length69.32 mi[1] (111.56 km)
ExistedNovember 5, 1918[2]–present
Major junctions
South end US 40 / IL 33 in Effingham
  I-57 / I-70 in Effingham
US 36 in LaPlace
North end IL 48 in Cisco
Location
CountiesEffingham, Shelby, Moultrie, Piatt, Macon
Highway system
IL 31IL 33

Route description

Illinois 32 overlaps Illinois 33 from Shumway to Effingham, where Illinois 32 terminates and Illinois 33 continues east through Effingham to the Vincennes, Indiana area. Traveling north, Illinois 32 services Windsor, Sullivan, Lovington, and Cerro Gordo before reaching Cisco.

History

SBI Route 32 was established in 1918 from the Decatur area (actually Cerro Gordo) to Windsor. In 1936 it was extended to Effingham, and in January 1998, it was extended north to Illinois 48.

Major intersections

CountyLocationmi[3]kmDestinationsNotes
EffinghamEffingham0.00.0 US 40 / IL 33 east (Fayette Avenue)Southern terminus; south end of IL 33 overlap
1.11.8 I-57 / I-70 Mt. Vernon, East St. Louis, Champaign, Terre HauteI-57 exit 160
4.87.7 IL 33 westNorth end of IL 33 overlap
Shelby21.434.4 IL 16 westSouth end of IL 16 overlap
Windsor23.938.5 IL 16 east (Kentucky Avenue)North end of IL 16 overlap
MoultrieSullivan35.557.1 IL 121 south (Jackson Street)South end of IL 121 overlap
36.959.4 IL 121 northNorth end of IL 121 overlap
Lovington44.371.3 IL 133 eastWestern terminus of IL 133
MoultriePiatt
county line
52.784.8 US 36
Piatt56.991.6 IL 105 westSouth end of IL 105 overlap
Cerro Gordo59.796.1 IL 105 eastNorth end of IL 105 overlap
PiattMacon
county line
69.32111.56 IL 48Northern terminus
CR 18 westContinuation beyond IL 48
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References

  1. Illinois Technology Transfer Center (2007). "T2 GIS Data". Retrieved 2007-11-08.
  2. Carlson, Rick. Illinois State Highways Page: Routes 21 thru 40. Last updated March 15, 2005. Retrieved April 1, 2006.
  3. Google Maps,

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