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Alabama Department of Transportation’s Rebuild Alabama project to widen SR-52 in Geneva County will begin Monday, April 22, weather permitting.

Governor Ivey announced in February that the project had been awarded and construction would begin soon.

The project is expected to improve traffic flow and reduce congestion along SR- 52 from near Cox Street…

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MONTGOMERY – Governor Kay Ivey today, marking her seventh year in office as governor, announced that more than $7.9 million in state funding is being awarded to cities and counties for various, statewide road and bridge projects, highlighting her enduring dedication to enhancing Alabama’s infrastructure since day one.

Read the full story from the Governor’s newsroom.

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I-10 widening in Mobile is nearing completion.

Making travel safer, faster and more efficient for both passenger and commercial traffic are the goals of interstate roadway projects. In the southern part of Alabama, current widening projects include I-10 and I-65.

The latest ALDOT interstate project is the widening of approximately 5 miles of both east and westbound lanes of I-10 from March…

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Governor Kay Ivey addresses 67th Annual Alabama Transportation Conference

The 67th annual Alabama Transportation Conference, held in Birmingham, Ala. at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex February 6-7 brought together industry leaders, contractors, exhibitors and ALDOT employees to discuss the future of the transportation industry and how safety will play a large role.

Approximately 1,000 transportation professionals attended the conference. Opening the conference was keynote speaker…

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Alabama road signs mark projects funded by the Rebuild Alabama Act

We all need a helping hand sometimes, and for many cities and counties across the state the Rebuild Alabama Act is exactly that.

The Alabama Legislature passed the Rebuild Alabama Act in 2019, raising the gas tax for the first time since 1992. The 6-cent increase was gradually implemented over three years, bringing the gas…

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The Alabama Department of Transportation, in partnership with the County Engineers Association and the League of Municipalities, has released the 2024 Rebuild Alabama Annual Grant Call for Applications. During 2024, ALDOT will distribute $15 million in funds made available through the Rebuild Alabama Act for local and regional road and bridge projects. The deadline for…

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