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Brian C. Davis

Division 3 Engineer

Alabama Department of Transportation

HQ Phone:  (334) 353-6400

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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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Division Engineer

Department of Transportation


Engineer

Alabama D.O.T.


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Smooth ride ahead - VestaviaVoice.com

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ALDOT Division 3 Engineer Brian Davis said the project extends down U.S. 31 from the intersection of Columbiana Road to approximately one half mile north of Shades Crest Road, near the Sybil Temple on top of the hill.
The project will include resurfacing and widening roads, reworking traffic signals, repairing loop detectors and placing permanent traffic stripes, guardrail end anchors and bridge rail retrofit. "There is a joint up there from where we resurfaced that portion of U.S. 31 through Homewood last year," Davis said. On the southern side, ALDOT will begin a resurfacing and widening of U.S. 31 through Hoover in May. This project will extend north from the Cahaba River, cross under I-65 and connect with the Vestavia Hills resurfacing. Davis said the projected timeline is to let bids in June and begin construction in late summer or early fall. He said ALDOT intends to complete the project before Thanksgiving.


2012 Leadership Birmingham - Bhamwiki

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Brian Davis, Alabama Department of Transportation


Drivers brace for effects of ALDOT's Intersection Improvement Plan - 280Living.com

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ALDOT Division 3 Engineer Brian Davis said drivers who use the intersections in Mountain Brook and Vestavia Hills that could be finished by Aug. 5 should prepare for the changes.
"Some maneuvers will be very different on completion than the ones drivers have gotten used to making in the last seven years," Davis said. Davis said ALDOT began distributing educational material and airing television commercials in July to get motorists acclimated to the changes.


I-65 Lakeshore exit potential site for state's first Diverging Diamond - thehomewoodstar.com

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ALDOT Third Division Engineer Brian Davis said modifications to the interchange would need FHWA approval.
However, he also said west of the Greensprings Highway intersection is where Lakeshore Drive - Alabama Highway 149 - turns to Lakeshore Parkway, which is no longer a state road. Davis said if necessary, Homewood would look toward Jefferson County for any financial assistance on the project. "We have to approve anything that's done, but what we're interested in is the interstate," Davis said.


alhousedems.com

Brian Davis, chief of the engineering division at the Alabama Department of Transportation, presented the results of a study that provides hard data proving the extension is needed.


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