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ALDOT announces repair project for landslide on SR-41 in Monroe County

Jun 14

ALDOT is gearing up to begin a critical repair project on SR-41 at milepost 65.4 between the communities of Hybart and Franklin in Monroe County. The project, aiming to address a landslide that has significantly impacted the roadway, is scheduled to begin Monday, June 17.

The landslide, which occurred in the fall of 2023 following heavy rainfall, has required traffic restrictions, reducing the affected area to a single lane. This situation has caused considerable inconvenience and safety concerns for commuters and residents in the area.

Crews will work diligently to stabilize the affected area and restore the roadway to full operational capacity. Repairs are estimated to take approximately six months to complete.

During the construction period, there will be road closures and detours, which will be announced in the beginning of August. These should last approximately 35 days, weather permitting.

Motorists should plan alternative routes and allow for extra travel time to accommodate for potential traffic delay.

ALDOT remains committed to minimizing disruptions and completing the repairs in a timely manner. The department appreciates the patience and cooperation of the public during this essential infrastructure undertaking.

For real-time updates and additional information regarding the SR-41 repair project, residents and motorists are advised to visit or follow ALDOT on social media platforms.