Gov. Pat Quinn's administration plans to spend nearly $13 billion over six years on road, rail and airport projects.
The program includes work on I-57 and I-64 in Jefferson County, along with the resurfacing of 22 miles of Rt. 146 in Hardin and Pope counties.
The I-64 bridge over the Wabash River in White county will be replaced as part of the program.
Federal money will pay for 57 percent of the program. About 15 percent is from state funds and local governments and other sources pick up the rest.