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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. more

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Sonny Jones with Birmingham Water Works said for the project along the exit ramp to be fully completed, they need eight more weeks of dry weather. more

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Work on the power infrastructure will require closing the road from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. more

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Erica Techo

A two vehicle incident with entrapment shut down all lanes on U.S. 280 east and slowed traffic westward as well. more

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In the upcoming years, Mountain Brook may see major traffic changes to an area that is constantly plagued by congestion: the intersection where U.S. 280, Cahaba Road, Culver Road and Lane Parke Road meet. more

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Irwin Francisco-Bartolo

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Police said the Fultondale man was under the influence of alcohol when his vehicle crossed the U.S. 280 median and struck a car head-on. The driver was 33 weeks pregnant and lost her baby. more

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By Keith McCoy

Crimes from this week's MBPD community update. more

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The state Department of Transportation is monitoring a four-arrow traffic signal on Highway 280 and considering locations for more. more

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U.S. 280 traffic was stalled Friday, May 8 after a brush fire broke out near Office Park. more

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The U.S. 280 westbound outside (right) lane will be closed from Green Valley Road to Overton Road from 9 a.m.-3 p.m., according to a release from the Alabama Department of Transportation. more

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Village Living polled 102 Mountain Brook residents about their thoughts on how U.S. 280 traffic is flowing now that ALDOT’s intersection improvements have been completed. more

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0513 280 Intersections Construction

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The Overton Road intersection with U.S. 280 will be closed for approximately nine days starting Friday, Oct. 25 at 8 p.m 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. more

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0513 280 Intersections Construction

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Beginning with Mountain Brook Plaza and moving east down U.S. 280, here is a summary of what drivers can expect to encounter at the updated intersections: more

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1212 Cherokee Road 280 Intersection

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At 7 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 2, contractors will begin steps to put traffic on U.S. 280 through Mountain Brook into its permanent state. more

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The Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) has begun its project to improve traffic flow on U.S. 280. more

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1212 Cherokee Road 280 Intersection

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The Mountain Brook City Council met with Governor Robert Bentley Thursday morning, March 14 regarding modifications to the Alabama Department of Transportation plan for the Cherokee Road and Hampton Inn intersections on U.S. 280. more

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0213 ALDOT Meeting

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With ALDOT Director John Cooper’s word, what can be expected by November 2013 is a much different system of traffic flow surrounding the Cherokee Road and Hampton Inn/Kovac Center intersections. 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. more

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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. more

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