Governor Pat Quinn has announced several million dollars worth of construction projects in three East Central Illinois counties.
Champaign, Ford and Vermilion Counties are receiving a total of more than $7.4 million as a part of the state's capital construction program.
Some of the work includes replacing a bridge carrying Highway 50 over Interstate 74 east of Mahomet at a cost of about $4.3 million.
In Urbana, a shared use path, storm sewers and sidewalks will be constructed along Main Street from Vine Street to University Avenue at a cost of about $1.4 million.
In Ford County, crews will repair the road along Interstate 57 from the Champaign County line to the Iroquois County line. And a bridge over a stream in Vermilion County will be replaced.