Martin Road Improvements Phase II
Published on April 24, 2017
This project is phase two of a 1.6 mile, five-lane roadway improvement from Old Jim Williams Road to Laracy Drive. The project is expected to take 18 months to complete.
Design is approximately 90% complete. The right-of-way acquisition is complete. Funding for utility relocations was authorized by ALDOT in June 2020. Each utility company will be responsible for designing and performing relocations in conflict with the roadway project. Roadway construction will start upon the completion of sewer, electrical, fiber and gas relocations. Madison Sewer has recently relocated a sewer line on the south side of the road. Electric and gas relocations are currently under design.
Other utility relocations (water and COH sanitary sewer) are anticipated to be included in the roadway project scope. The roadway construction will be performed with a detour route in place for motorist to use Trademark Drive to maintain two-way traffic during construction which is anticipated to begin 2022 or as funding is allocated. This roadway construction project duration is estimated to be 18 months.
Updated Sept. 16, 2021
COST & FUNDING
Total Cost: $14 million
Source of Funding: Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT)
Updated June 28, 2021