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Illinois Route 150
Maintained by IDOT
Length: 24.57 mi[1] (39.54 km)
Formed: 1926[2]
Northeast end: Illinois 154.svg Illinois Route 154 in rural Perry County
Southwest[3] end: MO-51.svgGreatRiverRoad.svg Route 51/Great River Road at the Chester Bridge over the Mississippi River southwest of Chester
Counties: Randolph, Perry
Major cities: None
Illinois state highway system
< US 150 IL 151 >

Illinois Route 150 is an east–west state road in southern Illinois. It runs from the Chester Bridge, a truss bridge over the Mississippi River to Route 51 in the state of Missouri, to Illinois Route 154 in rural Perry County well west of Pinckneyville. This is a distance of 24.57 miles (39.54 km).[1]

Route description

Illinois 150 generally runs southwest to northeast, but is marked as an east–west route. From the Chester Bridge, it runs northeast through Chester, briefly overlapping Illinois Route 3. A longer concurrency takes place further northeast at Illinois Route 4. East of Percy, Illinois 150 turns north to Illinois 154.


SBI Route 150 originally ran from the U.S. 51/60/62 bridges south of Cairo north to Hamel (located northeast of Saint Louis, Missouri) on what is now Illinois Route 3, the portion of Illinois 150 from Chester to Steeleville, and Illinois Route 4.

In 1937, the changes from Illinois 150 to Illinois 3 and 4 took place (the change to Illinois 4 initially was a change to Illinois Route 43). Illinois 150 then was extended east and west (replacing what was then Illinois Route 151) to its current length.[2]


  1. ^ a b Illinois Technology Transfer Center (2006). "T2 GIS Data". Retrieved 2007-11-08.  
  2. ^ a b Carlson, Rich. Illinois Highways Page: Routes 141 thru 160. Last updated April 15, 2005. Retrieved June 28, 2006.
  3. ^ Sarjeant, Charles. Illinois Highway Ends: Illinois 150. Last updated October 29, 2005. Retrieved June 28, 2006.


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