This project will widen Denton Road from two lanes to five lanes and will tie to the previously widened bridge project on both ends. The entire section of Denton Road from the Ross Clark Circle intersection to Westgate Parkway will then be a 5-lane roadway. The project will require utility re-location in order to widen the roadway. New sidewalks will be installed along both sides of Denton Road. Intersection and signal improvements will take place at the intersections of Ross Clark Circle and Murray Road.
This project is being funded by a combination of Federal MPO (Metropolitan Planning Organizations) and the City of Dothan funds. The Alabama Department of Transportation administers the Federal MPO funds available for this project. The total estimated project cost is $7,548,068.45. Federal MPO funds account for $4,987,829.00 of this project, and the City of Dothan is funding an estimated amount of $2,560,239.45.
Work began on this project on Jun 15, 2020. It is expected to be finished by the end of 2021.
Wiregrass Construction has completed the first layer of asphalt and sidewalk on the Western portion of the project. Utility and storm drain relocations are ongoing as well as roadbed work on the Eastern portion of the project. Residents should use caution when travelling through this area as many workers are present and there may be periodic pauses in the flow of traffic. Work within Ross Clark Circle at Denton Road is set to begin the middle of August.
Type: Street Improvement
Budget: +/- 7.6 Million
Project Owner: The City of Dothan
Contractor: Wiregrass Construction Company, Inc.
City of Dothan Project Contact: Josh Chapman - 334-615-4424 or Tommy Wright- 334-615-4474