WIREGRASS, Ala. (WDHN) — With various road projects across the Wiregrass, here’s a look at what traffic delays to expect.
Houston County, Ala.
According to Dothan Houston County EMA, Garrett Road (between County Road 55 and Meadows Road) will be closed to through traffic until further notice. This closure is for cross-drain replacement in preparation for an upcoming paving project.
On Wednesday, September 20, the northbound and southbound lanes of South Oates Street (between Main Street and Crawford Street) will be closed. The closure is due to sewer system repairs. The road will close at 4:00 a.m. and last until 10:00 a.m. Motorists are reminded to use caution while traveling through the area.
Dothan Utilities will use closed circuit cameras in sewer lines from 4:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m. on Monday, September 18 through Thursday, September 21. The work will occur along West Main Street (between Museum Drive and Jamestown Boulevard).
Lane closures and shifts will be in place at this time. Traffic cones and digital arrows will be used to direct motorists. Drivers are reminded to exercise caution while traveling through the area and be mindful of crews working.
Beginning Monday, August 14, the eastbound direction of the Longhorn and Chick-Fil-A signal will be permanently closed. The closure is due to a contractor constructing the retention well across the driveway.
Traffic will be able to use the access road to enter and exit at the Meadowbrook Driveway.
The Alabama Department of Transportation would like to advise drivers that on Monday, April 24 they will begin making repairs to the Chattahoochee River bridge on U.S. Highway 84, southwest of Gordon, weather permitting.
ALDOT will utilize the hydro-blasting method to make repairs to the bridge. There is no detour in place, but lane closures are expected so motorists should plan accordingly for possible delays. No wide loads will be permitted due to the lane closure. Please use caution while traveling through the area and be mindful of crews working.
The project is expected to be completed in Summer 2024.
On Monday, August 7, the Department of Transportation would like to advise motorists that a resurfacing project on Alabama Highway 10 in Abbeville will begin, weather permitting. The project will consist of resurfacing and safety widening on Alabama Highway 10 from Vann Mill Creek in Abbeville to the Georgia state line.
Lane closures and reduced speeds are expected throughout the project. A pilot car will be in place to assist with traffic. Drivers should plan accordingly and be mindful of crews working in the area. The approximately $4.7 million project was awarded to Midsouth Paving, Inc., out of Birmingham, which had the lowest bid that met the project requirements. The project is expected to be completed in Spring 2024.
This article will be updated periodically as information becomes available. If there is any road construction we missed, please let us know by emailing us at email@example.com.