When construction started about ten months ago, the nearly seven million dollar reconstruction project was officially set to open November 7th. Through the long construction period, Councilman Kip Tyner says it may have benefited people more than they think.

“People found a lot of different ways to get in and out of Alberta through Jack Warner Parkway, Kicker Road, 15th Street, 10th Avenue, through Claymont, there are so many ways still found a way to get to these places.”

Many think the bridge re-opening will not only bridge people between the City of Tuscaloosa and Alberta, but welcome new businesses to the area.

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