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ALDOT repairs landslide on SR-67 in Priceville

Paving machine and workers on highway next to slope shored up with stone. An excavator sits nearby.
ALDOT's Tuscumbia Area paving crew prepares to repair pavement on SR-67 damaged by a small landslide. Crews buttressed the slope with rock to halt further movement
Mar 12

The Alabama Department of Transportation is repairing a minor landslide on SR-67 in Morgan County.

Movement of material in the slope near mile marker 33 in Priceville in recent months caused a depression in the pavement.

Crews braced the slope with stone Monday to reduce further movement. Wednesday, they will mill and repave a section of the southbound lane. Expect a lane closure with traffic directed by flaggers from about 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

ALDOT plans for the paving crew to return in about a week to add a final surface layer.

UPDATED: March 13, 2024 to add photo.