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Coastal Alabama Partnership functions as both a force and a resource for our region. The scope of our effort exceeds a single community. We leverage the strength of every area of our two counties to focus on what is important for Coastal Alabama.

Latest News & Events

  • New ALDOT Project Recommended to Improve Safety on I-10

    New ALDOT Project Recommended to Improve Safety on I-10

    On June 14th, 2016, The Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) hosted a Public Involvement Meeting for the proposed project to help improve safety on the eastbound side of the George Wallace Tunnel. The project consists of “closure of I-10 Eastbound Water Street On-Ramp and improvements to Canal Street, Claiborne Street and Texas Street Interchange.” The […] Read More

  • Civic Masters Tour Bayou La Batre

    Civic Masters Tour Bayou La Batre

    On Tuesday, May 24th, the Coastal Civic Masters class toured Bayou La Batre, seafood capital of Alabama. Starting the tour at Olympic Shellfish Processors, the class donned hair nets and learned about picking crabs. The next stop of the tour was to Graham Shrimp and a tour by Ernie Anderson. Our last stop of the tour […] Read More

  • Gulf Coast Rail Service Working Group Works toward Restoring Passenger Rail

    Gulf Coast Rail Service Working Group Works toward Restoring Passenger Rail

    On December 4th, 2015, the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act became law, authorizing $305 billion over the next five years to the U.S Department of Transportation’s rail, highway, public transportation, safety, research and technology projects and programs. Among the FAST Act’s policy provisions, the Federal Rail Administration (FRA) was provided $500,000 to convene a working […] Read More