Alabama DOT Launches Online Information Hub

The Alabama Department of Transportation recently launched a new online information hub to provide the public with a one-stop resource for road projects, traffic conditions, highway safety,

[Above image by Alabama DOT]

That new information hub – located at – will provide a wide range of updates regarding the agency’s projects, programs, and people, noted Tony Harris, Alabama DOT’s media and community relations bureau chief, in a statement.

“We believe this new initiative will help people stay better informed of the projects designed to enhance quality of life and economic success across the state,” he said.

Photo by the Alabama Governor’s Office

On the site’s home page, articles about the most current news from Alabama DOT will be featured. At the top of the page, the Projects & Programs link will take readers to a map where they can find details about active road projects in their area.

Meanwhile, for up-to-the-minute traffic information and live traffic camera feeds, there will be a link to the ALGO Traffic website.

There is also a “frequently asked questions” or FAQ section that provides insight into the Alabama DOT’s current and future transportation projects plus much more, such as how to report a road issue. Job seekers can use the Join the Team link to find out about the current open positions at the agency.

Alabama DOT is one of several state transportation agencies that have either launched new or revamped online information sites.

For example, in early March, Governor Jim Justice (R) touted the “significant upgrades” made to the West Virginia Infrastructure Hub website; an online tool established by the state to connect local communities with federal funding opportunities.

That hub is specifically designed to help distribute funds made available by the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act or IIJA statewide.

And in December 2023, the Virginia Department of Transportation and the Wisconsin Department of Transportation recently unveiled revamped websites for their respective organizations.

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