In-Person and Online Public Involvement: Improvements at the intersection of AL-6 (US-82) and CR-29 (Gin Shop Hill Road)

In-Person and Online Public Involvement: Intersection Improvements on US-82 and CR-29

Project Overview

Location: Prattville (Autauga County)

The proposed project is located along AL-6 (US-82) beginning just west of Malone Court and ending near Carter Road in Prattville, Alabama. The intent of this project is to improve safety at the US-82 and CR-29 (Gin Shop Hill Road) intersection along with improving safety and traffic flow within the project limits. Improvements include the addition of traffic signals at the intersection of US-82 and Carter Road and on US-82 just east of Gin Shop Hill Road. The existing open median at the US-82 and Gin Shop Hill Road intersection will be closed. No traffic will be permitted to cross at this intersection. Traffic on US-82 turning onto Gin Shop Hill Road will utilize the traffic signals and perform U-turn movements. Traffic on Gin Shop Hill Road will also utilize the traffic signals and U-turn movements to enter the opposing US-82 travel way. Right of way will not be required for this project.
The purpose of this public involvement meeting is to inform the public of the design features for the project. The Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) is interested in obtaining input from the people who use this route.
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ALDOT is conducting online public involvement for the proposed project. All comments regarding this project must be submitted on or before Monday, November 21, 2022.


Thursday, November 10, 2022
5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Prattville City Hall
101 West Main Street
Prattville , AL. 36067

Anyone with a disability requiring special assistance, should contact the Region office at the address specified in the Comment Section or call (334) 353-6874 at least two days in advance of the meeting. The meeting facilities are wheelchair accessible.

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The Comment period for this project has closed.

Questions can be directed to:
Lisa Valier
ALDOT, Southeast Region