SR-69 Intersection Improvements

The proposed project will consist of additional lanes (northbound and southbound), from just North of Plantation Road, to just south of the I-20/59 interchange; additional turn lanes; a grade separation, bound by retaining walls on SR-69; access changes on SR-69 and SR-7 (US-11; Skyland Blvd.) in order to safely accommodate current and future traffic volumes.


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SR-69 Intersection Improvements at SR-7 (US-11; Skyland Blvd)

This is a joint project with the Tuscaloosa County Road Improvement Commission. Construction is expected to begin during 2020 and take approximately 2.5-3 years to complete. The estimated cost is $60.2 million.

This project is located along SR-69, from Plantation Road to the I-20/50 Interchange, and along SR-7 (US-11; Skyland Blvd), from SR-69 to Old Greensboro Road. The purpose of this project is to relieve congestion at the intersection of SR-69 and SR-7 (US-11; Skyland Blvd) in order to safely accommodate current and future traffic volumes. The project will consist of additional lanes (northbound and southbound), from just north of Plantation Road to just south of the I-20/59 interchange; additional turn lanes; a grade separation, bound by retaining walls, on SR-69; access changes on SR-69 and SR-7 (US-11; Skyland Blvd); bicycle and pedestrian improvements; and additional improvements at various intersections.

Mr. James Brown, Region Engineer
Attn: Brad Darden
Alabama Department of Transpartation
204 Marina Drive, Suite 100
Tuscaloosa, Al 35406

Email: dardens@dot.state.al.us
Fax:(205) 349-3487

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