Roadway Improvement Projects
The City is currently working with A&M to request permission to install the northern section to connect this to the A&M Campus. Plans are complete, and the City is currently working on right-of-way acquisition for the remainder of properties needed. Cost estimate is approximately $2M for this new multiuse pathway.
September 28, 2020
Phase 1 – is complete.
Phase 2 – is currently awaiting utility relocation for roadwork to resume. A new signal will be installed at County Line Road and Segars Road as part of Phase 2.
Phase 3 – is approximately 60% complete in design. Construction is anticipated to start fall 2020 and be completed in mid 2021.
Updated July 22, 2020
The contractor has started work on Phase 4A between Old Hwy 20 and Limestone Creek and is approximately 90% complete.
Phase IVB located at Limestone Creek started construction in March 2020 and is currently 10% complete. Greenbrier Parkway is closed just north of Greenbrier Road. The Contractor also completed work on new overpass at the Norfolk Southern railroad crossing in December 2020.
Phase 4 of the Greenbrier Parkway is anticipated to be complete by mid-2021. At that time, Phase 5, the final section of the highway from Browns Ferry Road to I-565 will begin work.
Updated January 7, 2021
The contractor is working on driveway connections and power to the new traffic signal. Traffic should be switched to the new sections of road (one lane in each direction) the week of February 15. The old roadbed, along Church and Pratt, can then be demolished and new connections at Hundley Drive and Wheeler Avenue can begin.
The contractor will also reconstruct the north side of Church Street to a new right in-right out only. Upon completion of all new connections, crews will mill, install the final asphalt layer and install permanent traffic striping, signage and legends for the entire project limits. The end result will be five lanes for traffic, along with bike lanes and sidewalks.
The current project completion date is anticipated to be end of May 2021.
Construction began in April 2019. Contractor is currently installing lighting, landscaping and new traffic/pedestrian signals as well as performing punch list items of work. Completion is expected in June 2020.
Huntsville Utilities will be removing old light fixtures shortly after completion of the new improvements.
Updated July 22, 2020