I-10 Connector project could start moving forward again

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Legislators are proposing a compromise to a $1 billion road construction plan in hopes they can get it passed in the closing days of the legislative session.

One of the earmarked projects would provide money to finish the I-10 Connector study that's needed to get the project moving forward again.

A legislative conference committee approved a compromise
Wednesday that would provide $100 million a year for 10 years for road construction. But it reduced the many special projects that had been included in the House version of the plan.

The compromise version does have a few projects, including $20
million for mass transit in the Birmingham area, $5 million for the
State Docks in Mobile, and $1 million for an Interstate 10
connector at Dothan.

The compromise now goes to the House and Senate for
consideration before the legislative session ends Thursday.

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  • by Robert Location: alabama on Apr 22, 2010 at 10:52 AM
    Ok,help me here...florida is 4 laning to hwy 167 in Hartford..167 goes straight to Enterprise..straight shot to Troy and 231N to Montgomery,Birmingham and Atlanta..lots of farm land and state owned right of ways... nothing more...you do the math... a straight line or a zig zag to pad the pockets of others. Build were it costs less and makes sense ITS NOT ROCKET SCIENCE !!!!!
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