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Some roads still closed, others opening in Alabama

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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

Roads are reopening across Central Alabama, but officials are still stressing that commuters use caution while returning to the roadways.

The Alabama Department of Transportation officials say road conditions improved greatly during the day Thursday but some roads are still icy and travelers should use extreme caution.

Several south Alabama counties and cities have announced complete road closures, or in some cases roads that are reopening. Be warned, however, that just because roads may be opened does not mean there aren't some icy spots. USE CAUTION when driving.

  • Andalusia city streets: All roads now open
  • Autauga County Roads: All roads now open
  • Auburn city streets: All city streets open
  • Barbour City Streets: All city streets open
  • Bullock County Roads: Closed
  • Butler County Roads: Closed
  • Chilton County Roads: All roads now open
  • City of Luverne Roads: Closed
  • Coffee County Roads: All roads now open
  • Coosa County Roads: All roads now open
  • Covington County roads: Closed
  • Crenshaw County roads: Closed until noon Friday
  • Dale County Roads: All roads now open
  • Elmore County roads: All roads now open
  • Eufaula city streets: Closed
  • Geneva County Roads: All roads now open
  • Henry County Roads: All roads now open
  • Houston County Roads: All roads now open
  • Lowndes County Roads: Closed
  • Marengo County Roads: All roads now open
  • Montgomery City/County Roads: All roads now open
  • Pike County roads: Closed
  • Prattville City Roads: All lanes open except Old Farm Lane
  • Troy City roads: All roads now open

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