Working Together to Develop a Road and Infrastructure Vision for Everyone in Alabama

Transportation Resources

A number of national and local resources provide an in-depth analysis of the improvements needed in order for Alabama to meet its 21st century mobility needs.

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ASCE Report

In late 2015, the American Society of Civil Engineers issued its inaugural report card for Alabama's infrastructure.

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A Silent Crisis

A 2011 report from ACEA and ALDOT on the critical need for additional investments in Alabama's local infrastructure.

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ATRIP in the Future

What has ATRIP done for Alabama in the past, and how will it improve the future?

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TRIP Report

February 2017 Report by TRIP, a national transportation research group, on meeting Alabama's need for safe and efficient mobility.

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ATRIP Spotlights

Cities and counties across the state have undertaken local infrastructure projects to improve the quality of life for the 4.85 million people residing in Alabama.

Morgan: Danville Bridge

A $3.35 million investment to build a broader bridge benefited over 270 homes. It also prevented 8.1 miles of detour travel, that would have cost citizens $10 million in out-of-pocket dollars each year.

Henry: County Road 99

A $3.3 million investment benefited more than 115 homes and 8 businesses on the 12.7 mile stretch of CR 99. It also improved travel for over 260 school children, and recreational access to Lake Eufaula and the Chattahoochee River.

Jefferson: County Road 126

A $4.5 million investment to replace a bridge on CR 126 will benefit 17 businesses located on the road, while improving access to industrial properties that are negatively impacted by the weight-restricted bridge.

Perry: County Road 20

A $1.4 million investment improved a 5.25-mile section of County Road 20. The project benefited more than 109 homes, 4 churches and 5 businesses located on the road, as well as travel for 6 school buses carrying more than 290 students.

Morgan: Danville Bridge

A $3.35 million investment to build a broader bridge benefited over 270 homes. It also prevented 8.1 miles of detour travel, that would have cost citizens $10 million in out-of-pocket dollars each year.

Henry: County Road 99

A $3.3 million investment benefited more than 115 homes and 8 businesses on the 12.7 mile stretch of CR 99. It also improved travel for over 260 school children, and recreational access to Lake Eufaula and the Chattahoochee River.

Jefferson: County Road 126

A $4.5 million investment to replace a bridge on CR 126 will benefit 17 businesses located on the road, while improving access to industrial properties that are negatively impacted by the weight-restricted bridge.

Morgan: Danville Bridge

A $3.35 million investment to build a broader bridge benefited over 270 homes. It also prevented 8.1 miles of detour travel, that would have cost citizens $10 million in out-of-pocket dollars each year.

Henry: County Road 99

A $3.3 million investment benefited more than 115 homes and 8 businesses on the 12.7 mile stretch of CR 99. It also improved travel for over 260 school children, and recreational access to Lake Eufaula and the Chattahoochee River.

Perry: County Road 20

A $1.4 million investment improved a 5.25-mile section of County Road 20. The project benefited more than 109 homes, 4 churches and 5 businesses located on the road, as well as travel for 6 school buses carrying more than 290 students.

Jefferson: County Road 126

A $4.5 million investment to replace a bridge on CR 126 will benefit 17 businesses located on the road, while improving access to industrial properties that are negatively impacted by the weight-restricted bridge.

Jefferson: County Road 126

A $4.5 million investment to replace a bridge on CR 126 will benefit 17 businesses located on the road, while improving access to industrial properties that are negatively impacted by the weight-restricted bridge.

Testimonials
Why is a long-term infrastructure plan critical to the future of Alabama?

For years, local governments have piecemealed together funding for road and bridges. If Alabama is going to compete nationally for jobs and resources, we must have an infrastructure system in place to accommodate economic development opportunities.

Sonny Brasfield (ACCA Executive Director)

Local roads and bridges are the portals to our communities, and a critical component of economic growth for county governments. Alabama needs a long-term, sustainable revenue source to adequately address our infrastructure needs.

Ray Long (Morgan County Commission, Chairman)

Transportation & Infrastructure News
National, state, and local news on transportation and infrastructure development.