Some Alabama counties will begin placing “Rebuild Alabama” signs to show which roads and bridges the new gas tax money will fix.
The “Rebuild Alabama” plan passed earlier this year and increased the state gas tax Sunday by six cents per gallon with the money aimed at going to roads, bridges and the Port of Mobile. The first phase of the state gas tax went into effect Sunday.
Elmore County Chief Engineer Richie Beyer said the money was desperately needed for dozens of roads that “should have been fixed yesterday.”
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september 2, 2019