Jan. 5, 2023
Nearly half a billion dollars is going toward the Birmingham Northern Beltline project.
This a major interstate project stretching from I-59 in northeast Jefferson County to the I-459 interchange with I-59/20 near Bessemer.Read more
More than $489 million is secured to push the Northern Beltline project forward.
Friday’s announcement from the Coalition for Regional Transportation (CRT) said the federal funding included $30 million contained in the Fiscal Year 2023 federal spending bill passed by Congress last week.Read more
Our conversation series with local Northern Beltline supporters continues with Charles Webster, mayor of Clay, Ala. The City of Clay submitted a resolution of support for the Northern Beltline alongside 46 other government stakeholders, and, today, we hear his thoughts on the project.Read more
Throughout the summer, members of the Coalition for Regional Transportation (CRT) team will be spending time with several of the 47 local government stakeholders who signed resolutions of support for the Northern Beltline. By speaking with these forward-looking individuals, we hope to better understand why they offered their support for the 52.5-mile interstate.Read more
Throughout the first half of 2016, the Coalition for Regional Transportation (CRT) has served as a proud member of the Alliance for Alabama Infrastructure (AAI). AAI is a grassroots advocacy coalition that promotes financially-responsible investment in Alabama’s roads and infrastructure.Read more