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Allen Teague

Preconstruction Engineer

Alabama Department of Transportation

HQ Phone:  (334) 242-6356

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Alabama Department of Transportation

1409 Coliseum Boulevard

Montgomery, Alabama,36110

United States

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ALDOT's mission is to provide a safe, efficient, environmentally and economically sound transportation network across Alabama....more

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Alabama rail relocation bid advances

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Allen Teague, a preconstruction engineer with the Alabama Department of Transportation, said the state plans to submit five projects to be considered for a TIGER grant.


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ALDOT Pre-construction Administrator Allen Teague said some of the 12½ miles has a middle turn lane, but 70 percent of it is two two-lane roads with nothing more than a line separating oncoming traffic.
Teague said one of the goals of the project is to find ways to reduce the slickness of the road when it is wet. The resurfacing could help fix the problem. "We're trying to help get some of the water off the road," he said. Teague said the project is being paid for by ALDOT and no local funds are being requested. He said no rights-of-way will be required.


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Oct. 11, 2011 - Technology has changed drastically since Alabama Department of Transportation engineer Allen Teague became involved in building roads.


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Allen Teague, a preconstruction engineer with the Alabama Department of Transportation, said the base and pave portion of the project is scheduled for fiscal year 2012 and will most likely be bid sometime after the first of the calendar year.
The remaining phases of the widening project are currently scheduled for fiscal year 2016, he said. The next project stretches from Alabama 64 to Lauderdale 140. The last project runs from Lauderdale 140 to the Alabama-Tennessee state line. Teague said in both those projects, the grade and drain and base and pave portions will be done at the same time. Grade and drain involves building new roadbed and installing drainage pipes and ditches, while base and pave involves paving the new roadway, landscaping and traffic striping. Teague said U.S. 43 will become an undivided five-lane road from Alabama 64 to the state line. Teague said U.S. 43 will transition from a divided four-lane to an undivided five-lane highway just north of the Alabama 64 intersection and connect with the undivided five-lane section that runs from the Tennessee state line to Lawrenceburg. Right of way acquisition for the next two phases is scheduled for fiscal year 2012, Teague said. The state already owns much of the right of way along U.S. 43 south of the state line. Teague said right of way was purchased when the road was originally built, but additional right of way is needed because of changes in design standards. Lanes are wider than they once were, Teague said, as are shoulders.


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Allen Teague, a preconstruction engineer with the Alabama Department of Transportation, said the engineering part of the plan is on a fast track and is expected to be completed in the spring.
"What we're looking to do here is relieve some of the congestion," Teague said. Teague said there is a better chance the three-lane project, which carries an estimated cost of about $10 million, will be funded before the larger project, which is estimated to cost about $50 million. The seven-lane widening project was halted in 2008 because of discrepancies between property owners and the state regarding appraised values of rights of way needed to complete the project. Teague said negotiations to continue the acquisition of rights of way will continue. "The other project is still a viable project," he said.


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