This area is designed to provides IDOT’s target audiences with our story, past, current, and our vision for tomorrow, as well as provide information on employment and training opportunities and how to stay connected and get involved with transportation efforts near you.
This area is designed to provide a broad overview of the Illinois transportation system that our public partners and stakeholders can utilize to plan the transportation vision, develop sensible policies and make decisions that reflect and meet the needs of Illinois citizens and transportation users.
This area is designed to provide information for all transportation users from a multi-modal perspective, to include specialized resources such as interactive maps, safety-focused videos, and other traveler resources to enrich the Illinois travel experience.
A website overview and tutorial is available on the Help page.
Information on the claims process can be found online.
The Illinois Official Highway Map is available at all Illinois rest areas. You can also request a map online or by contacting us.
The Illinois State Toll Highway Authority is responsible for the tollway system in northeastern Illinois. More information can be obtained on the Illinois Toll Highway Authority website www.illinoistollway.com
The Secretary of State is responsible for motorist services. More information can be obtained on the Secretary of State website www.cyberdriveillinois.com
IDOT hosts or participates in hundreds of events each year. All types of IDOT-related events can be found on the IDOT events calendar.
Emergency and planned road closures can be found online or by calling 1-800-452-4368 (IDOT).
FOIA information is available online.
Motorists may report potholes on state highways online or by calling 1-800-452-4368 (IDOT).
Illinois is one of two states to offer free motorcycle training. More information can be obtained online.
Your report may be submitted online.
Illinois Traffic Stop studies conducted from 2004 to the present can be viewed online.
IDOT streams each letting via audio and/or video. This can be found on the IDOT website under Transportation Bulletin: Letting Webcast.