The Map of Illinois provides county level summary statistics of the number and type of highway-rail crossings in each county as of January 2014. Also shown is the number of collisions that occurred between trains and motorists/pedestrians during the six-year period of 2008 through 2013 at public, private and pedestrian crossings.

Click on the county you are interested in and a chart of summary statistics will appear on the right hand side of the screen.

The chart shows the total number of crossings and structures (bridges and underpasses) in the County selected, as well as total number of collisions between 2008 and 2013, and the relative percentage of both as part of the State's total. Beneath the County total, a breakdown by type of crossing (pedestrian, private and public) is provided.

Note: Five of the 102 counties; Brown, Calhoun, Gallatin, Hardin, and Mercer, do not have any railroad lines within the County.

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