- Illinois Route 108
Infobox Illinois state route
article_route = 108
length_mi = 54.06
length_round = 2
length_ref = cite web |author=Illinois Technology Transfer Center |url=http://www.dot.state.il.us/gist2/select.html |title=T2 GIS Data |accessdate=2007-11-08 |date=2006]
direction = East-west
counties = Calhoun, Greene, Macoupin, Montgomery
cities = Carrollton, Carlinville
1924Carlson, Rich. [http://www.n9jig.com/101-120.html Illinois Highways Page: Routes 101 thru 120] . Last updated March 15, 2005. Retrieved April 20, 2006.]
prev_route = 107
next_route = 109
Illinois Route 108 is an east-west highway in western
Illinois. Its western terminus is at Illinois Route 100in Kampsville, and its eastern terminus is at Interstate 55near Raymond. This is a distance of convert|54.06|mi|km|2.
Illinois 108 is a two-lane undivided surface road for its entire length. In Kampsville, the Kampsville ferry operates across the
Illinois Riverand connects the Kampsville segment of Illinois 108 with its remainder. The ferry is free and runs 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It is one of two permanent ferries still operated by the Illinois Department of Transportation; the other is located in Grafton near the intersection of Illinois 100 and Illinois Route 3. [Greene County, Illinois. [http://www.rklwebs.com/greenecounty/site/ferry.htm Kampsville Ferry] . Retrieved April 20, 2006.]
SBI Route 108 was established in
1924. Its routing has not changed since its establishment.
* [http://illi-indi.com/il_EndsPage.php?id=1108§ion=1 Illinois Highway Ends: Illinois Route 108]
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