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Illinois 110
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Illinois State Route 110

The current Illinois Route 110 is the Chicago to Kansas City (CKC) highway that meanders from Chicago to Quincy in Illinois. The designation was created in 2010 by the Illinois General Assembly. Illinois 110 runs concurrently to other routes for its entire distance including all of I-88, I-172, and Illinois 336. CKC is marked in Missouri along US 36 and I-35.

The original routing of Illinois 110 went from Freeburg to near Addiesville on a stretch that is currently part of Illinois 15. This designation existed in the 1930s through the 1940s.
 
Historic Route: Freeburg (Illinois 13) < 27 miles > Addiesburg (Illinois 15)
Current Route: Missouri State Line - Near Hannibal () < 325 miles > Chicago (I-90)
 


Cities Served:
Counties Served:
Highway Name(s): Chicago-Kansas City Expressway
Multiplexes: US 34, US 67, I-72, I-74, I-80, I-88, US 136, Illinois 164, I-172, I-290, Illinois 336


Historic Route:

Cities Served:Freeburg
Counties Served:St. Clair, Washington
Status:Decommissioned
The eastern terminus of Illinois 110 has not been photographed for this site. Any and all photos are welcome, along with descriptions.
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The western terminus of Illinois 110 has not been photographed for this site. Any and all photos are welcome, along with descriptions.
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