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This map is provided for the convenience of executives and their advisors who may be unfamiliar with the area for business location selection.  Additional maps may be found on the websites of area representatives, such as custom maps to illustrate data about key topics. Jacksonville, Illinois is located in Morgan County, approximately 30 miles west of Springfield.  It is much closer to St. Louis, Missouri than to Chicago, Illinois.

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The area is roughly 90 miles north of St. Louis, Missouri and 200 miles southwest of Chicago via Interstate 55 through Springfield, which serves as a major north-south corridor to Memphis TN (more than 300 miles) and Louisiana (roughly 700 miles).

From St. Louis there are highway links in many directions nationwide, such as Interstate 70 west to Kansas City and Denver, or Interstate 44 to Oklahoma and Dallas, Texas.  There are also good interstate routes to the east and southeast

Springfield is located along Interstate 72, which is the route from Quicy, Illinois on the west side of the state along the Mississippi River through Springfield to Decatur.  That continues as Interstate 74 from the Champaign-Urbana area to Indianapolis, Indiana and other eastern locations.

The proximity to I-74 west (from Peoria to Davenport Iowas, and I-80 to Des Moines) and I-39 north (to west of Chicago and north to Madison or Milwaukee, Wisconsin, avoiding the congested routes closer to Chicago) can also be relevant to distribution projects.

The location is also relevant to projects which require railway services.  To visualize this, refer to the maps of the North American railroad system networks of

Footnote : If you need maps such as these or any of the others found on this website, please respect the Microsoft copyright and buy your own copy of Microsoft MapPoint, the North America version of which was used to create and publish these maps solely for the navigational convenience and reference of users of our website.   The North American and European versions are available through Amazon.com.  The North American version is sold at many US computer retailers.

See also : http://www.microsoft.com/mappoint/   or http://mappoint.msn.com

Another leading source of mapping software for GIS applications is ESRI at www.esri.com .

Refer also to our list of GIS map features on websites for many areas, including those prepared by GIS Planning, winner of the 2003 Economic Development Leadership & Accomplishment Award of CoreNet Global, using ESRI products.

There is also ESRI Business Information Solutions, at www.esribis.com .

Other mapping and imagery resources are listed in our Research section.


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