The Illinois Department of Transportation says it will begin shutting down all of its projects, starting June 30.
The move is due to lawmakers' "failure to pass a balanced budget," IDOT said in a news release.
The department lauds a stopgap budget proposal, put forth by Republican leaders, including Gov. Bruce Rauner, a "fiscally responsible solution."
IDOT says if the proposal is passed soon, there will be no interruption to construction projects.
Gov. Rauner visited IDOT headquarters Wed.