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The Alabama Department of Transportation works tirelessly to keep our state’s transportation system running smoothly. But whether you have a question, a concern, or just want to stay up-to-date on the latest projects, you might be wondering how to connect with us.

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The Alabama Department of Transportation, along with the chairmen of the Eastern Shore Metropolitan Planning Organization and the Mobile Metropolitan Planning Organization, today said they will take 60 days to review cost-saving options for constructing the Mobile River Bridge and Bayway to minimize the effects of inflation.

Estimates for the Mobile River Bridge and Bayway…

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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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An Alabama Department of Transportation contractor successfully placed girders for the bridge on SR-5 over SR-69 (US-78A) in Jasper last week, moving the project significantly forward.

The work is part of the ongoing bridge replacement and intersection improvement project that is intended to improve safety, mobility and commerce. The project is expected to be…

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ALDOT Employee Chris Blackwood shows his art at the Fairhope Arts and Crafts Festival

Art has a way of bringing people together, or bridging gaps and forging connections. This is why ALDOT employee Chris Blackwood, a pre-construction engineer who works with the Southwest Region’s consultant management team, spends a great deal of his free time painting and drawing.

From infrastructure to inspiration

Engineers are often adept at transforming…

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Map of proposed project area in Mobile County

The Alabama Department of Transportation will participate in a public involvement hearing sponsored by Mobile County from 4:30 to 7 p.m. on May 9, 2024, at Meadowlake Elementary School in Mobile. Through this hearing and its project website, ALDOT will receive input on options for relieving traffic congestion along McDonald Road and Three Notch-Kroner Road…

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The Alabama Department of Transportation works tirelessly to keep our state’s transportation system running smoothly. But whether you have a question, a concern, or just want to stay up-to-date on the latest projects, you might be wondering how to connect with us.

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The solar eclipse’s path of totality on April 8th, 2024. Photo courtesy of USDOT.

The Alabama Department of Transportation is advising motorists to maintain safe driving behaviors during today’s solar eclipse.

Drivers are urged to not pull over at unsafe locations, such as stopping on interstates or any roadways, to view the eclipse. Motorists should also be mindful of pedestrians and cyclists who may be looking skyward.

While not…

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