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This profile was last updated on 12/18/14  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Division Engineer

Email: d***@***.us
Local Address: Birmingham, Alabama, United States
Alabama Department of Transportation

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"We've seen a lot of motorists ..., 18 Dec 2014 [cached]
"We've seen a lot of motorists that need to make that left turn onto Overton Road," Brian Davis with ALDOT said. "We've gone back and looked at the gaps there and seen that we have an opportunity to add a section to the signal head to allow that move to not only be made in a protected fashion, but at a permissive fashion."
The new, fourth signal head will be a flashing yellow turn signal which will allow drivers to turn onto Overton Road as long as there is no oncoming traffic on 280 westbound.
"We're trying to make progression along 280, so we felt like this is the best move. People are accustomed to making that left permissively, anyway," Davis said, referring to the traffic signal at the intersection before Highway 280 was modified.
December 2013 › Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham, 1 Dec 2013 [cached]
With my approval, ALDOT Third Division Engineer Brian Davis decided to close several lanes of the interstate for about six hours to make repairs.
Brian Davis, Birmingham ..., 28 Dec 2010 [cached]
Brian Davis, Birmingham division engineer for the Alabama Department of Transportation, has been planning a new strategy to attack i...
Brian Davis, Birmingham ..., 29 Oct 2007 [cached]
Brian Davis, Birmingham Division engineer for the Department of Transportation, said the statistics show that urban areas are safer.Jefferson and Shelby counties are in Davis's division.
"The safety features that we have work," Davis said, pointing to highway barriers placed in the medians and alongside highways, and materials specifically designed to cushion crashes in crucial areas, such as on bridge railings.
"The speed drops in urban areas, and congestion bunches people up," Davis said.
Moratorium sought on any new traffic lights, 24 Oct 2006 [cached]
The moratorium - which would stop any lights from being approved from Hugh Daniel Drive to the Talladega County line - hasn't been approved yet, said Brian Davis, division engineer for the Department of Transportation.The county is expected to pass a joint resolution with the cities of Westover, Chelsea and Harpersville calling for the moratorium before the department will consider the request, Davis said.
"It would only affect future lights on 280, where all the construction is going on," Davis said.
The lights at county roads 41 and 43 are under construction and should be operating by mid-January, Davis said.
The access management plan was developed by Gresham, Smith and Partners in a two-year study.
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