I-59 traffic transition begins July 7

The project will last about a year and will reconstruct nearly 11 miles from south of Stephens...
The project will last about a year and will reconstruct nearly 11 miles from south of Stephens Gap Road to south of Exit 205 (Alabama 68).
Published: Jul. 6, 2022 at 5:02 PM CDT
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REECE CITY, Ala. (WAFF) - The Alabama Department of Transportation announced that traffic on Interstate 59 will be transitioned between Reece City and Collinsville beginning July 7.

The project will last about a year and will reconstruct nearly 11 miles from south of Stephens Gap Road to south of Exit 205 (Alabama 68).

The project will cost $44 million and it is expected to be finished in summer 2024.

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