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Illinois 394
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Illinois State Route 394

Illinois 394 connects I-80, I-94, and I-294 with points south. Starting at the Bishop Ford Expressway, it goes through several towns before ending at Illinois 1 at Goodenow in Will County. It is a freeway north of Sauk Trail and expressway south to route 1.

Illinois 394 was built in the 1960s, and has remained unchanged except for the portion affected by the Kingery/Borman/Tri-State improvements. All or parts of the current route were previously designated as Illinois 1, Illinois 83, or TOLL US 30.
 
Illinois 394: Goodenow (Illinois 1) < 13 miles > South Holland (I-94)

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Cities Served: Crete, Ford Heights, Glenwood, Lansing, Sauk Village, Steger
Counties Served: Cook, Will
Related Link: » Illinois Route 394 from Wikipedia


  Northern Terminus: South Holland   at I-94
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Looking south on the Bishop Ford (during Borman/Kingery reconstruction)
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Taken from Indiana, this BGS shows the Illinois 394 shield
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Eastbound Tri-State Tollway at Illinois 394
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Northbound at the Tri-State Tollway (toward the end of the Borman/Kingery reconstruction)
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Southbound at the Tri-State Tollway
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Southbound on the Bishop Ford where Illinois 394 begins
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Northbound at the Kingery/Tri-State
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Northbound where I-94 joins the Bishop Ford Freeway
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  Southern Terminus: Goodenow (Illinois 1)
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Looking south at route 1
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Looking northeast where Ill. 394 begins to the south
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  Interchange Photographs:
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Southbound at the Glenwood-Dyer Road
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Southbound at US 30
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