The City of Huntsville Water Pollution Control Department has closed Drake Avenue, between Briarwood Drive and Garth Road, until 3 p.m. today. The reason for the closure is due to an emergency sanitary sewer repair in the area.
Traffic control, as well as road closure signage, will be in place to direct traffic around the work area. See road closure map for additional clarification.
For questions, please contact Donald Brown, Wastewater Collection System Manager, email@example.com.
Weather permitting, beginning Wednesday, March 11, contractors will close Cecil Fain Drive, north of Winchester Road for roadway improvements at the Johnson Legacy Center.
The contractor will rebuild the roadway to include curb and gutter, sidewalks, landscaping and lighting. Contractors anticipate reopening Cecil Fain Drive within ninety (90) days or as soon as the work is completed.
Traffic will be directed to access the Public Safety Training Academy at the former Johnson High School via Colfax Road to Pueblo Drive. Please see map [more]
The Alabama Department of Transportation entered into an emergency agreement with Reed Contracting to continue removal of material from the U.S. 231 landslide area on Brindlee Mountain in Morgan County.
With about 1,000 feet of pavement already removed, excavating colluvial rock and soil to further reduce the load on the slide area is the first step toward permanent repair. The contractor is on site today preparing for the excavation work expected to proceed Saturday, weather permitting.
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Weather permitting, beginning Wednesday, February 26, and continuing for the next three to four weeks, contractors will begin work on Franklin Street between Lowell Avenue and Governor’s Drive to extend the right turn lane.
The contractor will install a temporary single lane closure on Franklin St. between Lowell Ave. and Governor’s Dr. This work will be performed between the hours of 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. daily. Motorists should expect delays during these hours.
Traffic Control measures will be in place to [more]
Weather permitting, the intersection at 4th Avenue and Triana Boulevard will begin functioning as a signalized intersection on Thursday, Jan. 30, at approximately 10 a.m.
Due to changes in the traffic operation of this intersection, motorists are advised to use caution and obey all traffic control signs and signals at this location.
If further information is needed, please contact the Traffic Engineering Division at 256-427-6850.
Saturday, Jan. 25 – Monday, Jan. 27
Weather permitting; beginning at 5 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 25, through 5 a.m., Monday, Jan. 27, contractors will be closing Jefferson Street between Clinton Avenue and Spring Street for assembly of a tower crane for construction within the area. Traffic control measures will be in place to assist motorists.
Motorists are encouraged to use Monroe Street, Holmes Avenue, & Clinton Avenue during this temporary road closure. For any questions please contact David Scroggins, Project Engineer [more]
Weather permitting, the intersection at Dunlop Boulevard and Science and Engineering Services (SES) Helicopter facility will begin functioning as a signalized intersection on Tuesday, Jan. 28, at approximately 9 a.m.
This signal will rest in a flashing yellow and upon activation during helicopter takeoffs and landings will change to a standard red indication activated by the SES Helicopter facility. Please be advised the signals may stay “on red” for approximately 90 seconds each activated cycle.
Due to the new traffic operation, motorists [more]
Weather permitting, beginning Saturday, January 25, at 7 a.m. through Sunday, January 26, at 6 p.m., contractors will close Shelton Road just north of the Madison Boulevard to perform utility work associated with the Zierdt Road project.
Shelton Road will be closed approximately 200-feet north of the intersection of Madison Boulevard. The contractor will also be shifting traffic on Zierdt Road just north of Edgewater Drive for asphalt repairs during this time.
Motorists are encouraged to take alternate routes to avoid congestion [more]
Weather permitting; beginning at 9 a.m. on Thursday, Jan. 23, contractors will begin shifting traffic on Old Madison Pike at Research Park Boulevard to the south side for bridge construction to begin as part of the Research Park Boulevard Improvement project. A new bridge at Old Madison Pike will be staged constructed to allow one lane of traffic in each direction (2-lanes) across the bridge between January 2020 to mid-2021.
All access ramps will remain open during the bridge construction. Northbound traffic [more]
Weather permitting; Beginning at 5 a.m., on Thursday, Jan. 23, through 3 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 27, Contractors will be closing Avocent Street between Sanderson Road and Corporate Drive for utility installation.
Motorists will need to access Corporate Drive and Sanderson Road via Wynn Drive during this time. Traffic control measures will be in place to assist motorists.
Motorists are encouraged to use Wynn Drive during this temporary road closure. For any questions please contact Alan Clements, Project Engineer at 256 427 5300.