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Illinois Map



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, Map of Illinois
About Map: Illinois Map showing the capital, state boundary, roads, rail network, highways, major cities and towns.

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Important Cities in Illinois by Population:


Cities with populations above 50,000 include: Chicago (2,853,114), Aurora (171,782), Rockford (157,272), Joliet (146,125), Naperville (143,117), Springfield (117,352), Peoria (114,114), Elgin (106,330), Waukegan (90,788), Cicero 80,414), Champaign (79,389), Evanston (77,693), Decatur (76,256), Arlington Heights 73,399), Bloomington (73,026), Schaumburg 71,716), Bolingbrook 70,823), Palatine 67,080), Skokie 66,620), Tinley Park 59,198), Des Plaines (57,062), Orland Park 55,514), Wheaton (54,465), Hoffman Estates 53,641), Mount Prospect 53,338), Oak Lawn 53,244)and Normal 52,056).

Illinois Interstates Highways:


North-South interstates include: Interstate 39, Interstate 55 and Interstate 57.
East-West interstates include: Interstate 24, Interstate 64, Interstate 70, Interstate 72, Interstate 74, Interstate 80, Interstate 88, Interstate 90, Interstate 94 and Interstate 294.

US Highways and State Routes in Illinois
Route 1, Route 17, Route 19, Route 23, Route 25, Route 27, Route 27A, Route 29, Route 41, Route 76, Route 78, Route 80, Route 82, Route 84, Route 129, Route 221, Route 278, route 280, Route 301, Route 319, Route 341, Route 378 and Route 441.

Facts About Illinois

 
State NameIllinois
CountryUnited States
ContinentNorth America
Capital CitySpringfield
Largest cityChicago
AbbreviationIL, Ill., US-IL
Joined the UnionDecember 3, 1818 (21st)
NicknamePrairie State
Area57,914 sq mi (149,998 km2)
TimezoneCentral: UTC -6/-5
Population12,882,135 (2013 est)
Highest PointCharles Mound
Lowest PointConfluence of Mississippi River and Ohio River
Official Websitewww.illinois.gov




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