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Alabama Governor Reveals $500M Building Plan Along Trio of Interstate Highways

During an Aug. 31 news conference in Hoover, Ala., Gov. Kay Ivey announced three major interstate construction projects in the greater Birmingham area with a total price tag of approximately $500 million....


ALDOT Plans to Build New $120M Interstate Exit in Hoover, South of Birmingham

Construction of the new Exit 9 on Interstate 459 in Hoover, Ala., is scheduled to begin in 2025 and be completed in 2027, Hoover Assistant City Engineer Blake Miller told the local chamber of commerce recently....


With $489M From Feds, Construction to Resume On Birmingham's Northern Beltline

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey appeared in Gardendale on April 12 to announce that $489 million in federal funding has been secured to resume construction on the Birmingham Northern Beltline this spring. The Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) broke ground on the project in 2014 but ceased work in 2016 due to a lack of funding from Washington....


Work on Northport, Ala.'s McFarland Boulevard On Track for 2024 Completion

It has been a little more than a year since upgrades began on McFarland Boulevard in Northport, Ala., and state officials said recently that the project still has many months of construction ahead of it before completion — likely no earlier than summer 2024....


Alabama to Get More Funding for Birmingham's $5.5B Northern Beltway

The federal government is sending millions of dollars to Alabama to help fund the construction of the $5.5 billion Birmingham Northern Beltline project, a major interstate project on the western edge of the city in Jefferson County....


New West Alabama Highway to Utilize Fast-Paced Construction Method

The proposed West Alabama Highway, as the new four-lane route from Thomasville to Moundville is called, is on a fast-track schedule, according to Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) officials speaking to a group of elected officials and others in Thomasville earlier in November....


Alabama Beach Cities Planning Bridge, Road Projects to Improve Mobility

Gulf Shores, Ala., is considered "one of the best places in the country to live."At least, that was the claim expressed by a city official in late August before presenting the "Leading the Way" award to the Gulf Shores City Council....


Alabama DOT Reviewing Bids to Make Geotechnical Repairs to Dip in Roadway

The Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) has announced that repairs to a dangerous dip in the closed outside eastbound lane of Alabama Highway 24 on Trinity Mountain, west of Decatur in the northern part of the state, could be wrapped up within two months and the lane reopened once a contractor is selected from a list of submitted bids....


Crews Continue Important Highway Corridor Project After 10-Year Lull

Despite an awkward start and a 10-year lull in construction, workers are poised to complete the U.S. 98/SR158 highway corridor in Mobile County from the Alabama/Mississippi state line to Interstate 65 in the city of Mobile....


Crews Proceed On $32M Project to Replace Six Functionally Obsolete Bridges

In southeast Alabama, crews are working on a $32 million project that will replace six functionally obsolete bridges along Interstate 85 at exit 60. The structures are being replaced due to their narrow width and age, with the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) overseeing the work....






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