Some Birmingham, AL residents have decided to try to raise additional awareness about proposed changes to I-20/59 downtown – taking a page from similar efforts in Louisville, KY; New Orleans, LA; and Syracuse, NY.
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June 21st, 2013 · 2 Comments · 35203, traffic
March 20th, 2013 · 2 Comments · traffic
A public involvement meeting is scheduled for March 28, 2013 to discuss the current status of the bridge replacement along I-20/59 between I-65 and 31st St. N. We’re looking forward to hearing about the rerouting of traffic ourselves…
The nationally acclaimed sustainable food non-profit now known as Jones Valley Teaching Farm made its name change official via an email sent to those on its mailing list and a change to its website on May 11. The focus on education means more news is coming soon.
The City of Birmingham now has a second website to help residents keep track of what’s going on downtown on the third floor of City Hall. It’s also helped usher in a new set of social network accounts to follow if you need that “as it happens” – or close to it – type feed of city-based content.
February 1st, 2012 · Comments Off · 35203
Folks driving by downtown Birmingham’s Powell School (and folks who haven’t had the chance yet) would be happy to take stock of progress being made with regards to efforts to save the 123 year old building that once served as the city’s first school.
January 5th, 2012 · Comments Off · Regionwide, The City
The long-term outlook for the county provides the perfect testing opportunity to see if Birmingham, AL is ready for pay and display meters. A recent ruling associated with the county’s bankruptcy filing means we’ll get a good sample pool for some time to come.
June 28th, 2011 · Comments Off · Media
It’s not quite a digital newsstand but it’s an interesting next step for Birmingham, AL’s newspaper of record – boxes in front of their headquarters are now accepting credit cards.
May 23rd, 2011 · Comments Off · architecture
This afternoon a Birmingham City Council committee could help take the next step in preserving and restoring the city’s oldest school building after a fire gutted it earlier this year.