2017 Annual Report
The Illinois Tollway realized significant milestones throughout 2017 laying the foundation for the next phase of evolution of the Illinois Tollway’s growth.
Focused on modernizing its infrastructure and supporting 5 tollroads across 294 miles, the Tollway prepared for a seamless, integrated and forward-thinking future. Keeping the needs of customers, communities and businesses in the 12 counties it serves at the forefront, the Illinois Tollway continues to be an innovative and thoughtful partner in the role it plays in providing regional transportation solutions that are smarter, better and more efficient.
6.3 MLLION Active I-PASS Transponders
4.4 MILLION Active I-PASS Accounts
2.7 MILLION Daily Toll Transactions
130 MILLION Website Page Views
3.4 MILLION Customer Calls
1.2 MILLION Miles Patrolled by H.EL.P. Trucks
28,000 Customers Helped by Roadway Maintenance
$5.9 BILLION Commited in Move Illinois
206 Construction Contracts Awarded
$789 MILLION Expended for Capital Investments
$126.5 MILLION Paid to D/M/WBE Firms
13 New Technical Assistance Program Options
300 Earned Credit Program Hires Reached
39 Partnering for Growth Relationships
2017 Sources of Revenue (preliminary and unaudited)
The Illinois Tollway is a user-funded system that receives no state or federal funding for maintenance and operations.
2017 Allocations of Revenue (preliminary and unaudited)
Allocations are made from revenue collected on a cash basis and may differ from revenue that is booked on an accrual basis.
$789 Million in Capital Program Expenditures
Capital expenditures are for roadway reconstruction, expansion and systemwide maintenance.