Illinois Route 92
|Maintained by IDOT|
|Length||106.41 mi (171.25 km)|
Length includes portions of route that are run on one-way streets, resulting in a double-counting of this mileage.
|West end||Iowa 92 in Illinois City|
| I-280 in Rock Island|
US 67 in Rock Island
I-74 / US 6 in Moline
I-80 / I-88 / IL 5 / IL 110 (CKC) in East Moline
I-88 / IL 110 (CKC) in Joslin
|East end||US 34 in LaMoille|
|Counties||Rock Island, Henry, Bureau|
Illinois Route 92 (IL 92 or Route 92) is an east–west state highway in northwest Illinois. It runs from the Norbert F. Beckey Bridge across the Mississippi River where it meets the eastern end of Iowa Highway 92, east to U.S. Route 34 in La Moille. This is a distance of 106.41 miles (171.25 km). Illinois Route 92 is part of a continuous 886-mile (1,426 km) four-state "Highway 92" which begins in Torrington, Wyoming, goes through Nebraska and Iowa and ends in La Moille, Illinois.
Illinois Route 92 begins on the Norbert F. Beckey Bridge over the Mississippi River, and first heads eastward across farmland, before intersecting Illinois Route 192, which was a former alignment of Route 92. At the IL 192 junction, IL 92 turns northward and then follows the east bank of the Mississippi through Andalusia; this section is frequently flooded, during which IL 192 is used as a detour. At Andalusia, it serves the Ski Snowstar winter sports park. After Andalusia, it turns northward, becoming the Centennial Expressway, intersecting Interstate 280 and entering Downtown Rock Island.
In Rock Island, the Centennial Expressway ends at a junction with U.S. Route 67, at the east bank end of the Rock Island Centennial Bridge. Route 92 continues eastward on surface streets, paralleling the river, through Downtown Rock Island, Moline, and East Moline, with several parts routed on a pair of one-way streets. In Downtown Moline, it intersects concurrent Interstate 74 and U.S. Route 6 at the east bank end of the I-74 Bridge over the Mississippi. At the border between East Moline and Silvis it intersects Illinois Route 84, with which it is concurrent through Silvis. At a partial cloverleaf interchange with Illinois Route 5 and Illinois Route 84 in Carbon Cliff, Route 92 turns northeast, concurrent with Route 5, as an expressway. At a cloverleaf interchange with Interstate 80, Route 5 ends, and Route 92 continues as a freeway, beginning a concurrency with Interstate 88 and Illinois Route 110 (Chicago-Kansas City Expressway).
After running concurrently with I-88 and IL 110 for 6 miles (9.7 km), IL 92 separates at I-88 Exit 6 and heads east on its own. It traverses the rich Illinois farmland, crossing the Rock River and the historic Hennepin Canal. It jogs north briefly, concurrent with Illinois Route 78, and passes through the small towns of Walnut and Ohio before ending at a junction with U.S. Route 34 in La Moille.
Iowa 92 west / Great River Road (National Route) south – Muscatine
|Continuation into Iowa|
|Norbert F. Beckey Bridge|
|Rock Island||Drury Township||0.3||0.48|
Great River Road Spur – Lock and Dam No. 16
Great River Road south (322nd Street West / CR A) – New Boston, Blanchard Island Recreation Area
CR TT east / Great River Road (National Route) north (238th Street West)
|Western end of Great River Road overlap|
|Buffalo Prairie Township||12.2||19.6|
IL 192 east to IL 94 – Taylor Ridge
CR TT west / Great River Road (National Route) south (Loud Thunder Road) – Loud Thunder Forest Preserve
|Eastern end of Great River Road overlap|
Great River Road Spur (1st Street) – River Access, Business District
|Rock Island||24.7||39.8||Centennial Expressway south – Golf Course||At-grade intersection|
|26.2||42.2||—||I-280 – Des Moines, Chicago||I-280 exit 11; southern end of limited-access section of Centennial Expressway|
Great River Road Spur / 18th Avenue – Sunset Park Scenic Overlook
|29.8||48.0||—||11th Street||Westbound exit and eastbound entrance; northern end of Centennial Expressway|
US 67 north (Centennial Bridge) – Business District
|Interchange; no direct access to US 67 south|
|Moline||Rock Island Arsenal||Interchange; westbound entrance only|
23rd Street to I-74 (US 6)
|I-74 exit 2|
|East Moline–Silvis line||43.1||69.4|
IL 84 north / Great River Road (National Route) north (19th Street) – Savanna
|Eastern end of Great River Road overlap; western end of IL 84 overlap|
IL 5 west (John Deere Road) / IL 84 south (2nd Avenue) – Carbon Cliff
|interchange; eastern end of IL 84 overlap; western end of IL 5 overlap|
IL 5 ends / I-88 begins
|Eastern end of IL 5 overlap; western end of I-88 overlap|
I-80 / IL 110 (CKC) west to I-74 – Des Moines, Peoria
|Exit numbers follow I-88; western end of IL 110 (CKC) overlap; I-80 exit 4|
|49.6||79.8||2||Old IL 2|
I-88 east / IL 110 (CKC) east – Dixon
|Eastern end of I-88 / IL 110 (CKC) overlap; I-88 exit 6|
IL 82 south – Geneseo
IL 78 south – Kewanee
|Western end of IL 78 overlap|
IL 78 north (Bishop Road) – Prophetstown
|Eastern end of IL 78 overlap|
IL 172 north (Tampico Road) – Tampico, Birthplace of President Ronald Reagan
|Greenville Township||84.4||135.8||IL 40 – Sterling, Peoria|
|Ohio||96.2||154.8||IL 26 (Main Street) – Dixon, Princeton|
3000E / US 34 to IL 89 – Mendota, La Moille
|Eastern terminus; highway continues as US 34 east|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
- Illinois Technology Transfer Center (2006). "T2 GIS Data". Retrieved 2007-11-08.
- Carlson, Rich. Illinois Highways Page: Routes 81 thru 100. Last updated March 15, 2005. Retrieved April 14, 2006.
- Google (February 24, 2017). "Overview Map of IL 92" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved February 24, 2017.
- Media related to Illinois Route 92 at Wikimedia Commons