traffic

Officials Ask Drivers to Use Caution on Fort Dale St.

On September 25 of last year, a traffic light on Fort Dale Street stopped working. The light at the intersection of Fort Dale and Cedar Street had been an issue with the city for a long time. It was near another stop light on Commerce Street and close to the W.O. Parmer and Greenville Elementary and Middle School campuses, which…

UPDATE: All lanes open on I-65 SB at Mile Marker 186

Alabama State Troopers were on the scene of an early morning wreck on 1-65 south bound near mile marker 186. A UPS truck that is overturned and other cars are involved. There were no injuries reported.  It was shut down due to an fuel spill. Crash debris has been cleaned up and all lanes have been reopened. Categories: Montgomery Tags: Accident,…

Drivers hit the road for 4th of July weekend

More than 40 million people are expected to hit the highways and skyways this weekend for the 4th of July. Many drivers we spoke with say they have felt the stress of all of this traffic.  The main thing on their minds is to get to their destinations safely. With the traffic slowing many people down, drivers have kept a…

ALDOT Working to Reduce Traffic Congestion on Chantilly Parkway

The Alabama Department of Transportation is working to reduce traffic and congestion on Chantilly Parkway. A new construction project will bring changes to Chantilly Parkway between Technacenter Drive and Eastchase Parkway. Megan Leonard says she drives down Chantilly Parkway every day and is tired of the traffic jams. “I don’t like being stuck in traffic,” she said, “and there’s a…

ALDOT Urge Motorists to Drive Safely Memorial Day Weekend

The number of vehicles on Alabama highways during the Memorial Day holiday is expected to be higher than normal as the summer travel season begins. The Alabama Department of Transportation urges motorists to drive safely during the busy holiday period. As an added precaution during the heavily traveled holiday, ALDOT announced today there would be no temporary lane closures on…

ADOT Get Ready for This Year’s Hurricane Season

The Alabama Department of Transportation is getting ready for the beginning of hurricane season on June 1. Workers will conduct a drill to practice reversing the traffic flow on Interstate 65 in south Alabama on Wednesday. Traffic won’t be affected, and drivers will stay in their normal lanes. But workers will do a dress rehearsal of the actions needed to…