The Alabama Department of Transportation’s decision to replace aging Interstate 20/59 bridges traversing downtown Birmingham is a welcome update for travelers and massive undertaking for construction crews.
The I-75 South Metro Express Lanes project will add two reversible managed lanes along I-75
south of Atlanta.
In an ongoing effort to accommodate the flow of vehicle traffic through its state, the Alabama Department of Transportation has spent the last 10 years widening Interstate 20 (I-20) to six lanes.
Completing Interstate 22 in Alabama has been a multi-year project that wrapped up in 2015 when the $168 million initiative opened for business across a 213-mile-long stretch between Memphis, Tenn., and Birmingham, Ala.
On the day the new Little River Canyon Bridge on Alabama Highway 35 opened, the beautiful structure was already drawing favorable comments from visitors and observers.
When the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) decided to replace the 84-year-old B.B. Comer bridge over the Tennessee River, it knew that the multi-year project was both a necessity and a monumental undertaking.