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U.S. 431 Now Four Lanes From Phenix City to Dothan

Fri July 08, 2011 - Southeast Edition
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The Alabama Department of Transportation announced the project to provide 16 mi. (25.7 km) of four-lane highway on U.S. Highway 431, from Seale, in Russell County, to the Barbour County line is complete with all lanes open to traffic. U.S. 431 is now four-lanes between Phenix City and Dothan.

The turning of traffic onto all four lanes marks the completion of the final phase on U.S. 431 from the Barbour County line to County Road 12 in Russell County. The completion of the $18 million project marks a major milestone in addressing the needs and safety of motorists by providing a higher level of service on U.S. 431.

ALDOT’s mission is to provide a safe, efficient, environmentally sound transportation network across Alabama. For additional information, visit

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