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Mountain Brook City Council 8-13-18

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Mountain Brook City Council seeks to work with Homewood, Birmingham and Jefferson County on the project. Read more

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City Council Group 2014-2016

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The City Council signed off on several agreements needed to construct a roundabout. Read more

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1212 Cherokee Road 280 Intersection

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“Right-turn only.” Over the last 10 months, these words have rung like sirens in the ears of Mountain Brook residents who drive on U.S. 280. Now, they’re a reality. Read more

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The City of Mountain Brook will hold a workshop on the revised plans on Wednesday, Feb. 6 at the Mountain Brook Junior High Auditorium located at 205 Overbrook Road. ALDOT employees and representatives of Skipper Consulting will be present. Read more

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1212 Safety280.com Sign

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Mountain Brook residents have voiced numerous safety concerns with ALDOT's proposed changes to intersections on U.S. 280. After extending the deadline an additional week, today marks the final day the organization will accept comments on its plan. Read more

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1112 ALDOT Highway 280 Plans

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Here, find the proposed plan for each intersection along Highway 280 and see how you could be affected if ALDOT's new plans are approved. Read more

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1212 Cherokee Road 280 Intersection

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Mountain Brook residents are voicing an absence of confidence in proposed changes to U.S. Highway 280 intersections, specifically at Cherokee Road. A public consensus is forming that driver safety will become a serious issue if the signal is removed. Read more

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At the intersection of Highway 280 and Cherokee Road, ALDOT proposes to remove the existing traffic signal and eliminate direct travel across 280. Read more

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1112 ALDOT Highway 280 Plans

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An Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) proposal to begin addressing the abhorrent congestion on Highway 280 is ready for scrutiny at a public meeting on Nov. 19. Read more

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A new multi-million dollar plan to reduce average drive times down Highway 280 is ready for scrutiny, and the announcement of a public hearing on the plan should be expected within the week. Read more

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