Illinois Route 10

Illinois Route 10 marker

Illinois Route 10
Route information
Maintained by IDOT
Length: 91.35 mi[1] (147.01 km)
Existed: November 5, 1918[2] – present
Major junctions
West end: US 136 in Easton
  I-55 / IL 121 in Lincoln
I-72 in White Heath
East end: US 150 in Champaign
Counties: Mason, Logan, De Witt, Piatt, Champaign
Highway system
IL 9US 12

Illinois Route 10 is an arterial eastwest state road that runs from rural Mason County east to Champaign, a distance of 91.35 miles (147.01 km).[1]

Route description

A view of the Bondville, Illinois fire station looking south west across Illinois Route 10.

Illinois 10 starts at US 136 about 12 miles east of Havana. The road heads south to Easton, and then changes direction to reach Mason City and Lincoln. The road passes through many small towns on the way to Champaign, and it runs through Clinton and by Clinton Lake. The road closely parallels Interstate 72 for the last 10 miles before reaching US 150 in Champaign.


Illinois 10 has undergone major changes since it was initially established. Originally, SBI Route 10 followed Interstate 72 much more closely and ran from Jacksonville to Danville. Over the years, it has been dropped from Jacksonville, reinstated in Decatur, dropped entirely west of Danville, reapplied and dropped in Havana and then finally reapplied east of I-72. This last revision was made in 1974.

Major intersections

Mason US 136
Mason City IL 29
LoganLincoln I-155 to I-55 Peoria, Bloomington, SpringfieldWest end of IL 121 overlap (it ends at this intersection)
I-55 Bus. (Lincoln Parkway)
IL 121 south (Limit Street)East end of IL 121 overlap
De Witt US 51
Clinton IL 54 west (Van Buren Street)West end of IL 54 overlap

US 51 Bus. (Grant Street)
IL 54 eastEast end of IL 54 overlap
Weldon IL 48
Piatt I-72 Decatur, Champaign
Champaign IL 47 north
Champaign US 150 (Prospect Avenue, Springfield Avenue)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

External links

Route map: Bing / Google

KML is from Wikidata


  1. 1 2 Illinois Technology Transfer Center (2007). "T2 GIS Data". Retrieved 2007-11-08.
  2. Carlson, Rick. Illinois Highways Page: Routes 1 thru 20. Last updated March 15, 2006. Retrieved March 28, 2006.
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