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MONTGOMERY, AL (WBRC) -

Here are upcoming roadwork plans and advisories from the Alabama Department of Transportation:

 

Planned Lane Closure for Bridge Inspection on US-31 SB over the Locust Fork of the Warrior River, at Kimberly, Monday

KIMBERLY – Weather permitting, on Monday, October 15, at 9 a.m., the Alabama Department of Transportation will conduct a bridge inspection on the southbound US-31 Bridge over the Locust Fork of the Warrior River (milepost 294.0), at Kimberly.

This inspection will require the US-31 southbound inside (left) lane and shoulder to be closed in the area of the inspection.

All travel lanes will be reopened to traffic no later than 3 p.m. 

 

Planned Lane Closure on I-65 SB for Removal of Overhead Message Sign near the Walker Chapel Road Interchange (Exit 267), in Fultondale

BIRMINGHAM– Work continues on Interstate 65 as part of the Alabama Department of Transportation's project to build an interchange to connect I-65 to Corridor X in Jefferson County.

On Monday, October 15, weather permitting at approximately 6:45 p.m. until 9 p.m., ALDOT will remove the Overhead Electronic Message sign on I-65 southbound near the Walker Chapel Road Interchange (exit 267) in Fultondale.

There will be a single lane closure which will require the use of one (1) State Trooper to help with the traffic flow.

Once completed, Corridor X will be an interstate highway between Birmingham and Memphis, TN. The scheduled completion date on the project is 2014.

 

 

Planned Lane Closures on AL 70 from Calera to SR 25, in Shelby County

BIRMINGHAM – Weather permitting, the Alabama Department of Transportation announces the eastbound lane will be closed to perform paving operations on AL 70 from Calera to State Route 25 in Shelby County as follows:

Monday, October 15 at 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m., the eastbound lane of AL 70 from 0.05 miles east of US 31 in Calera (milepost 0.515) to 0.06 miles west of State Route 25 in Columbiana (milepost 8.244) will be closed to perform paving operations at this location.  The same procedure will be followed the following four days.

 

 

Planned Lane Closures on I-20/I-59 from East of the I-459 Interchange South of Bessemer to County Road 56 (Valley Road), in Fairfield

BIRMINGHAM – Weather permitting, the Alabama Department of Transportation announces at various times the inside eastbound and westbound lanes will be closed to perform cable guiderail operations on I-20/I-59 from just east of the I-459 Interchange south of Bessemer to County Road 56 (Valley Road) in Fairfield in Jefferson County:

Sunday, October 14 at 6 p.m. until Monday, October 15 at 6 a.m., eastbound (inside) lane and shoulders from the Alabama Adventure Interchange (milepost 110.0) to the Valley Road Interchange (milepost 118.0), will be closed to install cable guiderail at these locations.  The same procedure will be followed the following three nights.

Thursday, October 18 at 7 p.m. until Friday, October 19 at 7 a.m., westbound (inside) lane and shoulders from Alabama Adventure Interchange (milepost 110.0) to the Valley Road Interchange (milepost 118.0), will be closed to install cable guiderail at these locations.  The same procedure will be followed the following two nights.

 

 

Planned Lane Closures on AL 261 from Old Town Helena to US 31, in Shelby County

BIRMINGHAM – Weather permitting, the Alabama Department of Transportation announces the northbound lane will be closed to perform paving operations on AL 261 from Old Town Helena to US 31 in Shelby County as follows:

Sunday, October 14 at 8 p.m. until Monday, October 15 at 6 a.m., the northbound lane of AL 261 from Old Town Helena (milepost 1.4) to US 31 (milepost 5.9) will be closed to perform paving operations at this location.  The same procedure will be followed the following four days.

 

 

Planned Lane Closures on US 11 in Trussville from Chalkville Mountain Road to Jefferson/St. Clair County Line

BIRMINGHAM – Weather permitting, the Alabama Department of Transportation announces the northbound lane will be closed to perform paving operations on US 11 in Trussville.

Sunday, October 14 at 7 p.m. until Monday, October 15 at 6 a.m., the southbound lane of US 11 from Jefferson/St. Clair County Line (milepost 157.3) to Chalkville Mountain Road (milepost 150.04) in Trussville will be closed to perform paving operations at this location.  The same procedure will be followed the following four nights.

 

 

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