County Transportation Bureau


D.E. "Ed" Phillips, Jr., Bureau Chief
1409 Coliseum Blvd, Room D-101
Montgomery, AL 36110

The Bureau of County Transportation serves as the liaison bureau between the Alabama Department of Transportation and the 67 counties of the State of Alabama.

The Bureau assists the counties in the design, construction and maintenance of county roads and bridges and operates in cooperation with the Regions and the various other Bureaus of the Department.

Contact Information:

County Transportation Bureau Contacts
Regional County Transportation Contacts
County Engineers Contact Information
County Engineer Phone List

Procdural Gudelines:


2017 Memorandums

2016 Memorandums

2015 Memorandums

2014 Memorandums

2013 Memorandums

2012 Memorandums

2011 Memorandums

2010 Memorandums

2009 Memorandums

2008 Memorandums

2007 Memorandums

2006 Memorandums

Special Project Detail:

Traffic Control Plan Notes Sheet 1 of 2
Traffic Control Plan Notes Sheet 2 of 2
TCP Lane Closure for 2 Lane Highway
Guardrail Attachments at Culverts (Case 4-6)
Guardrail Attachments at Culverts (Case 1-3)
Traffic Control Plan - Sign Replacement
Traffic Control Plan for 3 Lane Roadway
Traffic Control Plan 4 Lane Undivided Roadway
Traffic Control Plan for 5 Lane Roadway
5 Strand Barbed Wire Detail
Mobile Operation Traffic Control Plan
End Anchor Special Concrete Rail Attachment
End Anchor Special Metal Rail Attachment
3Lane Pavement Markers Detail

County Transportation Forms

  Utility Agreement Forms
  Scope of Work Review Forms
  Estimate of Work Performed

Bridge and Road Maintenance:

Bridge Inspection Review Schedule 2017

Bridge Inspection Training Schedule 2017

Other Links of Interest:

ALDOT Project Letting Information

Association of County Engineers in Alabama

Association of County Commissions of Alabama

Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)

State of Alabama Employee Phone Directory

Alabama Cities Information

Industrial Access Road & Bridge Program

Claim For Refund (Form CT-1)

Functional Reclassification Example