Interstate 64 in Illinois
|Maintained by Illinois DOT|
|Length:||130.4 mi (209.9 km)|
|Existed:||1956 – present|
|West end:||I-55 / I-64 / US 40 at Missouri state line|
|East end:||I-64 at Indiana state line|
Interstate 64 (I-64) in the U.S. state of Illinois is a major east–west Interstate highway that runs from the St. Louis, Missouri, metropolitan area east to the Indiana state line near Grayville, Illinois. It travels a distance of 130.4 miles (209.9 km).
I-64 enters Illinois running concurrently with I–55 and U.S. Route 40 (US 40) over the Mississippi River on the Poplar Street Bridge. After splitting from these highways in East St. Louis, I-64 turns southeasterly and runs through St. Clair, Clinton, Washington, and Jefferson counties through a rural part of Illinois with no major cities or intersections. The only major intersection outside of St. Louis is a short concurrency with I-57 near Mount Vernon. Past this, the Interstate enters another rural stretch through parts of Jefferson, Wayne, and White counties before crossing the Wabash River into Indiana.
|Mississippi River||0.0||0.0||Poplar Street Bridge
I-55 south / I-64 west / US 40 west continues into Missouri
|St. Clair||East St. Louis||0.6||1.0||1||IL 3 south / Great River Road south – Cahokia||Western end of IL 3/GRR concurrency|
|0.9||1.4||—||13th Street and Tudor Avenue||Unnumbered exit|
|1.3||2.1||—||Barack Obama Avenue – Business District||Unnumbered exit|
|2.5||4.0||2||I-55 north / I-70 east / US 40 – Chicago, Indianapolis||Eastern end of I-55/US 40 concurrency|
|2.7||4.3||3||IL 3 north / Great River Road (St. Clair Avenue)||Eastern end of IL 3/GRR concurrency|
|Washington Park||5.8||9.3||6||IL 111 (Kingshighway)|
|Caseyville||7.1||11.4||7||I-255 / US 50 west – Memphis, Chicago||Western end of US 50 concurrency|
|8.4||13.5||9||IL 157 – Caseyville, Centreville|
|Fairview Heights||12.0||19.3||12||IL 159 – Belleville, Collinsville|
|O'Fallon||14.2||22.9||14||Old US 50 – O'Fallon|
|15.7||25.3||16||Green Mount Road – O'Fallon, Shiloh|
|18.6||29.9||19||US 50 east / IL 158 west – Carlyle, Scott Air Force Base||Eastern end of US 50 concurrency; northern terminus of IL 158; signed as exits 19A (west) and 19B (east)|
|Mascoutah||22.6||36.4||23||IL 4 – Mascoutah, Lebanon|
|New Baden||27.1||43.6||27||IL 161 – New Baden|
|Washington||40.4||65.0||41||IL 177 – Okawville|
|Nashville||49.8||80.1||50||IL 127 – Carlyle, Nashville|
|60.7||97.7||61||US 51 – Centralia, Ashley|
|Mount Vernon||73.3||118.0||73||I-57 north – Chicago||Western end of I-57 concurrency; I-64 uses I-57 exit numbers|
|74.8||120.4||95||IL 15 – Mount Vernon, Ashley|
|75.8||122.0||94||Veterans Memorial Drive|
|78.0||125.5||92||I-57 south – Memphis||Eastern end of I-57 concurrency|
|79.7||128.3||80||IL 37 – Mount Vernon|
|88.5||142.4||89||Belle Rive, Bluford|
|Wayne||99.3||159.8||100||IL 242 – Wayne City|
|110.1||177.2||110||US 45 – Mill Shoals|
|Grayville||129.4||208.2||130||IL 1 – Grayville|
|Wabash River||130.4||209.9||I-64 east continues into Indiana|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
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- Interstate Exit Numbers of Illinois (PDF) (Map). Illinois Department of Transportation. November 2008.
- Town/City Boundary Map (Map). Cartography by Google, Inc. Google, Inc. Retrieved August 2, 2014 – via John Coryat.
- "I-64 Illinois Exits Eastbound". Roadnow. 2014. Retrieved August 2, 2014.
- "Interstate 64". AARoads.com. AARoads. 2014. Retrieved August 2, 2014.