MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- State transportation officials say a network of new message signs along Interstate 65 in the Montgomery area will allow drivers to get updated advisories on road conditions and other information.
Alabama Department of Transportation spokeswoman Rebecca Leigh White says the seven signs will convey road conditions, travel times, law enforcement bulletins and other messages helpful to motorists.
Reports say that the project costs $2.1 million and the signs should go online by April 30.
Signs already up are located along and near I-65 in Montgomery, Lowndes and Autauga counties.
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