ALABAMA HIGHWAY AND BRIDGE NAMES

Revised June 2010
With 2010 Legislative Acts

The following is a list of named highways and bridges located on State, U.S., and Interstate routes, as
well as local county and city designations. This list was prepared by the State of Alabama Department of
Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Planning, Surveying and Mapping Division as well as the
Bureau of Media and Community Relations, from all known available descriptions found during research.
These departments do not accept responsibility for unobtainable or unknown data or inaccuracies in data
from research.

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THE ALAGA BRIDGE
Local Designation
Marie Bankhead Owen, The Story of Alabama, (N.Y. Lewis Historical Publishing Co., Inc.,
1949), Volume II, pp. 260-262
On AL-12, US-84 across the Chattahoochee River near Alaga in Houston County
12-35-40.0
(For the Town of Alaga)
THE ATWOOD FERRY BRIDGE
Local Designation
On AL-269 across the Locust Fork of the Black Warrior River at Birmingport in Jefferson
County
269-37-17.9
THE JOHN H. BANKHEAD TUNNEL
Local Designation
On AL-16/US-90 underneath the Mobile River in Mobile County
16-49-28.7
(U.S. Senator John Hollis Bankhead, author of First Federal Aid to States Act, State
Legislator and Captain, C.S.A.)
THE JOHN T. COCHRANE BRIDGE
Local Designation
On AL-16 over the Mobile River in Mobile County
16-49-33.1 (Dismantled)
Another on AL-16 across the Tensaw and Spanish Rivers between Mobile and Baldwin
Counties
16-49-37.6A
THE COLUMBIA BRIDGE
Local Designation
Marie Bankhead Owen, The Story of Alabama, (N.Y. Lewis Historical Publishing Co., Inc.,
1949), Volume II, pp. 260-262
On AL-52 across the Chattahoochee River at Columbia in Houston County
52-35-26.4
(For city of Columbia and Columbia Lock and Dam)
THE COPELAND FERRY BRIDGE
Local Designation
On AL-269 across the Mulberry Fork of the Black Warrior River in Walker County
269-64-4.1
THE DAUPHIN ISLAND BRIDGE
Local Designation
Over the Mississippi Sound and Dauphin Island Bay on AL-193
193-49-0.8
(Previous Bridge named by Gov. Frank Dixon in 1940, Bienville Bridge. Project was
delayed 12 years because of World War II)

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THE DIXIE GRAVES PARKWAY
Marie Bankhead Owen, The Story of Alabama, (N.Y. Lewis Historical Publishing Co., Inc.,
1949), Volume II, pp. 260-262
From Gulf Shores to Ft. Morgan (on AL-180)
(Dixie Bibb Graves, wife of Gov. Bibb Graves 1927-31, 1935-39, & U.S. Senator)
THE BENJAMIN FITZPATRICK BRIDGE
Local Designation
On AL-14 across the Tallapoosa River at Tallassee in Elmore County
14-26-35.5
(Benjamin Fitzpatrick, Governor 1841-45, U.S. Senator and President ProTem of U.S.
Senate)
THE FOSTERS FERRY
Local Designation
On AL-7 across the Black Warrior River in Tuscaloosa County
7-63-9.8
THE DR. C. P. GAY BRIDGE
Local Designation
On AL-27 across the Pea River in Geneva, Geneva County
27-31-3.8
(Local physician of the 1800's, lived in Pera)
THE GILBERTS FERRY
Local Designation
On AL-77 across the Coosa River in Etowah County
77-28-7.4B
THE BIBB GRAVES BRIDGE
Local Designation
On AL-111 across the Coosa River at Wetumpka in Elmore County
111-26-0.9 (Bibb Graves, Governor, 1927-31, 1935-39)
THEJAMES HATCHER HIGHWAY
Official Minutes of Alabama Highway Department 1/13/87
US-84, AL-12 from the eastern city limits of Elba to the western city limits of Enterprise in
Coffee County
(Recognition of his dedication to the performing arts)
THE LEON BROOKS HINES BRIDGE
Official Minutes of Alabama Highway Department 1/12/87
On AL-3, US-31, over the Seaboard System Railroad between Wawbeek and Canoe in
Escambia County
3-27-7.0
(House of Representatives 1974-82)
THE JUDKINS FERRY BRIDGE
Local Designation
On AL-9 across the Tallapoosa River between Montgomery and Elmore Counties
9-51-40.4 A & B
THE W.S. KELLER MEMORIAL BRIDGE
On AL-3 across the Tennessee River at Decatur in Morgan County
3-52-21.9A
(William Simpson Keller, State Highway Engineer, 1911-25, half-brother to Helen Keller)
THE LILLIAN BRIDGE
Local Designation
On AL-42 across Perdido Bay to Lillian, Florida
42-02-54.2
THE MAPLES BRIDGE
Local Designation
On AL-127 across the Elk River in Limestone County
127-42-13.1

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(Prominent local family)
THE MCGOWAN BRIDGE
Local Designation
On AL-15, US-29 across the Conecuh River in Escambia County
15-27-19.7
(McGowan's Ferry 1873-90)
THE MEMORIAL BRIDGE
1925, Replaced Moscow Ferry 8-60-20.7
Officially naming bridge, or bridges, that will hereafter span the Tombigbee River in the
vicinity of Moscow -- 8-60-23.7
(Commemorate the plan "To Bridge the 'Bigbee' with Cocks" donated for sale by prominent
people)
Note: See the Rooster Bridge and the Demopolis Rooster Bridge
THE OLD SPANISH TRAIL
August 1922 Communiqué from U.S. War Department Official Designation of US-90 east of
San Antonio as the Old Spanish Trail--Enters Alabama from Pensacola near Seminole and
is routed through the State over US-90 via Loxley, Spanish Fort, Mobile into Mississippi
near Grand Bay
(Commemorative, theoretical route taken by Alvar Nuncez Cabeza DeVaca from St.
Augustine, Florida to San Diego, California in 1500's--promoted by Old Spanish Trail
Association)
THE EDMUND PETTUS BRIDGE
Local Designation
On AL-8, US-80 across the Alabama River at Selma in Dallas County
8-24-25.3 (Edmund Pettus, U.S. Senator)
THE REESE FERRY
Local Designation
On AL-3, US-31 across the Alabama River between Montgomery and Autauga County
3-51-25.0B
THE R.B. RUSSELL BRIDGE
Local Designation
On AL-6, US-82 across the Chattahoochee River in Eufaula, Barbour County
6-03-21.9
(U.S. Senator from Georgia)
THE J.B. SIMMONS BRIDGE
Local Designation
On AL-12, US-84 across the Pea River in Elba in Coffee County
12-16-12.1
(John B. Simmons, Founder of Elba (Bentonville))
THE JOHN SNODGRASS BRIDGE
Local Designation
On AL-117 across the Tennessee River at Stevenson in Jackson County
117-36-11.5 ABC #17 Original Bridge replaced in 1958
(Captain John Milton Snodgrass, Attorney, Circuit Judge, Alabama Legislator and Captain,
71st U.S. Infantry, 4th Div., World War I)
THE THOMAS H. WATTS BRIDGE
Local Designation
On AL-4, US-78 across the Mulberry Fork of the Black Warrior River at Lynns Perkin,
Walker County
4-64-25.1B
(Thomas Hill Watts, 1863-65, Governor, (Attorney General of C.S.A., Representative and
Senator in Alabama Legislature)
THE JOHN H. BANKHEAD BRIDGE
Approved 8/23/27, Pg. 278, Act 292, H 341
On AL-4/US-78 across the Coosa River at Riverside in St. Clair County

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08/23/27

08/23/27
08/23/27

4-58-21.9 ABC #4
(John Hollis Bankhead, U.S. Senator, Author of First Federal Aid to States Act, State
Legislator and Captain, C.S.A.)
THE CLEMENT C. CLAY BRIDGE
Approved 8/23/27, Pg. 278, Act 292, H 341, RS
On US-231, AL-53 across the Tennessee River at Whitesburg in Madison County
53-52-8.7B ABC #8 Gov. Bibb Graves designated the names as memorials on original 15
ABC toll bridges
(Clement Comer Clay, Governor 1835-37, Territorial and State Legislator, U.S. Senator
and Representative, Chief Justice of State Supreme Court, and Member of State
Constitutional Convention)
THE B.B. COMER BRIDGE
Approved 8/23/27, Pg. 278, Act 292, H 341
On AL-35 across the Tennessee River at Scottsboro in Jackson County
35-36-9.8A ABC #6 Gov. Bibb Graves designated the names as memorials on original 15
ABC toll bridges
(Braxton Bragg Comer, Governor 1907-11)
THE WILLIAM B. CRUMPTON BRIDGE
Approved 8/23/27, Pg. 278, Act 292, H 341
Over Tombigbee River at Nanafalia on AL-10 in Choctaw County
13-46-41.4 ABC #12 Gov. Bibb Graves designated the names as memorials on the original
15 ABC toll bridges. (Prohibitionist leader and local doctor)
THE GEORGE S. HOUSTON BRIDGE
Approved 08/23/27, Pg. 278, Act 292, H 341, RS
On AL-1 across the Tennessee River at Guntersville in Marshall County
1-48-18.1A, ABC #7 Gov. Bibb Graves designated the names as memorials on original 15
ABC toll bridges
(George Smith Houston, Governor 1874-78, U.S. Senator and Representative and State
Representative)
*Condemned and removed in 1992. Adopted 4-12-94, SJR 125.
THE GEORGE S. HOUSTON BRIDGE
Approved 08/23/27, Pg. 278, Act 292, H 341, RS
On AL-1 across the Tennessee River at Guntersville in Marshall County
1-48-18.1A, ABC #7 Gov. Bibb Graves designated the names as memorials on original 15
ABC toll bridges
(George Smith Houston, Governor 1874-78, U.S. Senator and Representative and State
Representative)
*Condemned and removed in 1992. Adopted 4-12-94, SJR 125.
THE WILLIAM R. KING BRIDGE
Approved 8/23/27, Pg. 278, Act 292, H 341, RS
On AL-13 across the Warrior River at Demopolis in Marengo County
13-46-41.4 ABC #15
(U.S. Vice-President Elect, died before Oath of Office, and Senator)
THE J. LEE LONG BRIDGE
Approved 8/23/27, Pg. 278, Act 292, H 341
On AL-28 in Wilcox County across the Alabama River at Miller's Ferry
28-66-12.0 ABC #1
(Legislator and Author of the Alabama Bridge Corporation Act)
THE J. LEE LONG BRIDGE
Approved 8/23/27, Pg. 278, Act 292, H 341
On AL-28 in Wilcox County across the Alabama River at Miller's Ferry
28-66-12.0 ABC #1
(Legislator and Author of the Alabama Bridge Corporation Act)
THE JOHN T. MILNER BRIDGE
Approved 8/23/27, Pg. 278, Act 292, H 341

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08/23/27

08/25/27

03/09/31

06/29/31

08/01/31

On AL-17 across the Tombigbee River at Cochrane in Pickens County
17-54-7.1 ABC #9
Replaced with the Huyck Bridge
(State Senator, Engineer, Colonel in C.S.A. and Surveyor General in California)
Note: Replaced with Huyck Bridge
THE JOHN T. MORGAN BRIDGE
Approved 8/23/27, Pg. 278, Act 292, H 341
On AL-38 across the Coosa River at Childersburg in St. Clair County
38-59-26.6B ABC #5
(U.S. Senator 1877-94 and Confederate General)
THE JOHN PELHAM BRIDGE
Approved 8/23/27, Pg. 278, Act 292, H 341
On AL-9 across the Coosa River at Cedar Bluff in Cherokee County
9-10-20.2 ABC #3, Replaced with John Lawson Burnett Bridge, Act 3015182, SS,
Approved 9/15/61, Pg. 2363
(Major C.S.A. Horse Artillery of Northern Virginia)
THE RAPHAEL SEMMES BRIDGE
Approved 8/23/27, Pg. 278, Act 292, H 341
On AL-13 over the Tombigbee River at Jackson in Washington County
13-65-28.9 ABC #13
(Confederate and U.S. Naval Hero)
Destroyed and replaced with "Joe C. McCorquodale, Jr., Bridge", Act 74, H 8, Approved
3/10/75, Pg. 201
13-65-28.7 A & B
THE JULIA S. TUTWILER BRIDGE
Approved 8/23/27, Pg. 278, Act 292, H 341
On AL-39 across the Tombigbee River at Gainesville in Sumter County
39-60-11.2 ABC #10
(Educator)
Name Change "The Julia Tutwiler-Barnes Aduston Rogers Bridge", Act 1088, HJR 15, 3rd
SS Approved 11/12/81, Pg. 351
THE OSCAR W. UNDERWOOD BRIDGE
Approved 8/23/27, Pg. 278, Act 292, H 341
On AL-14 across the Black Warrior River at Eutaw in Greene County
14-32-24.5 ABC #14
(U.S. Congressman and Senator)
THE SHOALS NATIONAL FOREST AND BIRMINGHAM HIGHWAY
Approved 8/25/27, Pg. 324, Act 338, H 72
Road #69 beginning at Muscle Shoals, thence through Florence, Sheffield, Tuscumbia,
Leighton, Town Creek, Hatton, Landersville, Moulton, Wren, the National Forest, Houston
and Clear Creek Falls, Jasper and thence over the Bankhead Highway to Birmingham
(Route was designated but never actually established)
THE JOHN CRAFT HIGHWAY
Approved 3/9/31, Pg. 189, Act 125, HJR 69
US-43 from Mobile to Florence
(State Senator and Highway Commission Chairman, 1919)
THE CLAIBORNE-MURPHY BRIDGE
Approved 6/29/31, Pg. 375, Act 330, HJR 179
On US-84, AL-12 across the Alabama River near Claiborne in Monroe County
Changed the designation from William Wyatt Bibb Bridge ABC #2, replaced 1985
12-50-3.3
(Pioneer Town of Claiborne and Fort Claiborne and Governor 1825-29; Governor and
Congressman John Murphy)
Approved 9/11/85, Pg. 17, Act 774, HJR 21 (Naming new bridge construction)
THE BANKHEAD HIGHWAY
Approved 8/1/31, Pg. 827, Act 702, S 389

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08/01/31

08/01/31

08/01/31

08/01/31

08/01/31

08/01/31

To perpetuate names of prior commemoration
US-78 through the state via Heflin, Anniston, Birmingham, Jasper, Hamilton, and into
Mississippi
(U.S. Senator John Hollis Bankhead Sr., author of First Federal Aid to States Act, State
legislator and Captain in C.S.A.)
THE BEE LINE HIGHWAY
Approved 8/1/31, Pg. 327, Act 702, S 389
To perpetuate names of prior commemoration
US-31 from Tennessee at Ardmore via Decatur, Cullman, Birmingham, Clanton to
Montgomery, thence south on US-231 via Troy and Dothan into Florida
THE W.W. BRANDON HIGHWAY
Approved 8/1/31, Pg. 827, Act 702, S 389, RS
To perpetuate names of prior commemoration
US-31 Montgomery to Mobile
(William Woodward Brandon, Governor of Alabama 1923-27)
THE COLLINS-PLOWMAN BRIDGE
Approved 8/1/31, Pg. 816, Act 683, HJR 237
On AL-34 across the Coosa River on the Talladega-St. Clair Line
34-58-4.5
Original bridge replaced 1963, known locally as Stemley Bridge
(Jess A. Collins, distinguished Baptist Minister during reconstruction--Thomas L. Plowman,
loyal Confederate Soldier and U.S. Congressman)
THE JEFFERSON DAVIS HIGHWAY
Approved 8/1/31, Pg. 827, Act 702, S 389, RS
To perpetuate names of prior commemoration
From Mississippi on US-90 via Grand Bay to Mobile, then US-43 from Mobile to Grove Hill
and Thomasville, then AL-5 to intersection with AL-22 then on AL-22 to Selma, from Selma
on US-80 through Montgomery to intersection with US-29, then US-29 via Opelika to the
Georgia State Line. Another branch is located on US-82 from Montgomery to Union
Springs, Midway and Eufaula to the Georgia State Line.
(Jefferson Davis, President of Confederate States of America)
THE DIXIE OVERLAND HIGHWAY
Approved 8/1/31, Pg. 827, Act 702, S 389
To perpetuate names of prior commemoration
US-80 from the Georgia State Line via Montgomery, Selma and into Mississippi near Cuba
(Dixie Overland Highway Commission promoting from Savannah, Georgia to San Diego,
California)
THE JACKSON HIGHWAY
Approved 8/1/31, Pg. 827, Act 702, S 389
ROUTE PROJECTED NOT ACTUALLY ESTABLISHED to perpetuate names of prior
commemoration
Enter the state from Tennessee through Florence, Russellville, Vernon, and thence into
Mississippi--1922 Annual Report of State Highway Commission
(Commemorate Jackson Military Road 1815)
THE LEE HIGHWAY
Approved 8/1/31, Pg. 827, Act 702, S 389
To perpetuate names of prior commemoration
US-72 from Tennessee State Line near Bridgeport via Scottsboro, Huntsville, Athens,
Florence, Tuscumbia and into Mississippi near Margerum
(General Robert E. Lee, Confederate States of America)
THE UNIVERSITY HIGHWAY
Approved 8/1/31, Pg. 827, Act 702, S 389, RS
To perpetuate names of prior commemoration
Connects Montgomery with Tuscaloosa over AL-6 and US-82
(The University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa)

03/08/39

09/22/39

06/16/45

06/12/47

09/04/51

05/20/53

06/26/53

06/30/53

07/21/53

THE GOLD STAR HIGHWAY
Approved 3/8/39, Pg. 165, Act 115, SJR 35
US-11 within the boundaries of the State of Alabama
(A Memorial to the War Dead of Alabama and to Those Mothers who gave Their Sons to
Alabama)
THE NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY
Approved American State Papers, Vol. 1, 1832
Approved 9/22/39, Pg. 595, Act 444, H 440
Authorizing the Alabama Highway Department to acquire such lands as required by U.S.
Department of Interior for development of that portion of the Natchez Trace Parkway
transversing the State of Alabama.
(Prior to 1776, was used by Buffalo Herds and Indians, then became Pioneer Land Route
between Nashville and Natchez, 1801)
Authorization Treaties with Chickasaw and Choctaw, 10/24/1801 and 12/17/1801
THE JOKE WHEELER HIGHWAY
Approved 6/16/45, Pg. 154, Act 134, H 426, Act 528, H 774, Approved 9/21/39, Pg. 822
US-231, US-431 to AL-53 in Huntsville; AL-53 to AL-20, then AL-20 to Decatur and
Florence to the Alabama-Tennessee Line
(General Joseph Wheeler "Fighting Joe Wheeler", Confederate and U.S. General,
Statesman, author and planter)
Note: See State Trooper David E. Temple Memorial Highway
THE BLUE STAR DRIVE
Approved 6/12/47, Pg. 3, Act 6, SJR 13
US-31 within Alabama
(In appreciation to the men and women of Alabama who served the United States during
World War II)
THE PARADISE DRIVE
Approved 9/4/51, Pg. 1042, Act 605, H 686
Part repealed and renamed "The Albert Patterson Highway", Act 41, H37, Approved
2/19/59, Pg. 77
Beginning at the Florida State Line and US-231 running northeast on Houston County
Road #55 from Cottonwood to Ashford to Henry County Line, thence northeasterly on
Henry County Road #55 through Henry County to intersection with US-431, thence along
US-431 to Seale, thence on AL-169 to Opelika, from Opelika on US-280 to Sylacauga and
Harpersville; then on AL-25 to Ashville, then AL-53, US-231 from Ashville to Oneonta and
Huntsville to the Tennessee Line or an alternative route via S-1, US-431 from Opelika to
Anniston to Huntsville
THE HERBERT J. MEIGHAN BRIDGE
Approved 5/20/53, Pg. 19, Act 11, HJR 17
On AL-1 across the Coosa River in Gadsden, Etowah County
1-28-9.5
(J. Herbert Meighan, Mayor of City of Gadsden)
THE MUSCLE SHOALS-MOBILE SHORT ROUTE
Approved 6/26/53, Pg. 179, Act 131, H 171
Beginning at Florence on US-43 to Hamilton, continuing southerly on AL-17 to Deer Park
and on to Mobile on US-45, AL-17
THE BARRETT HIGHWAY
Approved 6/30/53, Pg. 208, Act 165, H 422, RS
Portion of AL-14 within the boundaries of Pickens County
(W. E. Barrett, outstanding member of both Senate and House of the State of Alabama)
THE SAM HOBBS HIGHWAY
Approved 07/21/53, Pg. 279, Act 210, HJR 69
AL-14 from Selma to Opelika and US-431 from Opelika to Phenix City
(Samuel F. Hobbs, Jr., U.S. Congressman)

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08/02/57

08/16/57

09/18/57

09/18/57

02/19/59

02/24/59

05/20/59

THE BLUE AND GREY HIGHWAY
Approved 4/5/56, Pg. 352, Act 60, SJR 20, 2nd SS
The route traversed by U.S. Highway No. 231 from the point where such highway crosses
the Alabama-Tennessee State line south Montgomery, via Huntsville, Oneonta, Ashville,
Pell City, Talladega, Rockford and Wetumpka, and U.S. Highway No. 31 from Montgomery
southwesterly to Mobile, via Greenville, Evergreen, Brewton and Bay Minette
(Memorialize the North vs. South Conflict)
THE WILLIAM STEMBRIDGE GRADY BRIDGE
Approved on 7/12/57, Pg. 173, Act 123, SJR 49
On AL-123 between US-84 and US-231 across the Little Choctawhatchee River in Houston
County
123-35-5.7
(Pioneer, leader, educator, farmer and merchant)
THE HOWARD COOPER BRIDGE
Approved 7/22/57, Pg. 194, Act 149, SJR 56, RS
On AL-6 across the Cahaba River at Centreville, Bibb County
6-04-13.1 A & B
(Wiley Howard Cooper, an eminent member of the Senate of Alabama)
THE JOSHUA MARION FOLSOM MEMORIAL BRIDGE
Approved 8/2/57, Pg. 219, Act 164, HJR 62, RS
On AL-167 across the Pea River in Coffee County
167-16-18.8
(Tax Collector, Commissioner and Deputy Sheriff of Coffee County and father of Governor
"Big Jim" Folsom)
THE BUCK ISLAND BRIDGE
Approved 8/16/57, Pg. 361, Act 282, H 793
On AL-99 across the Elk River in Limestone County
99-42-9.7
THE JIM FOLSOM BRIDGE
Approved 9/18/57, Pg. 780, Act 561, H 838
On AL-12 across the Tombigbee River at Coffeeville in Choctaw County
12-12-22.6
(James Elisha Folsom, Governor 1947-51, 1955-59)
THE HEART OF DIXIE HIGHWAY
Approved 9/18/57, Pg. 788, Act 568, H 339, RS
Sam Englehardt Drive and Heart of Dixie Highway (Both and Separately)
Act 12, HJR 12, SS, Approved 9/14/61, Pg. 1807
US-231 from the Alabama-Tennessee State Line to Sylacauga and US-280 from
Sylacauga southeasterly to the Alabama-Georgia state line at Phenix City
THE ALBERT PATTERSON HIGHWAY
Approved 2/19/59, Pg. 77, Act 41, H 37, 1st SS (Repealed Conflicting Laws)
AL-1, US-431 from Huntsville to Phenix city and on to Dothan, repeals portion of Paradise
Drive, Act 605, H 686, Pg. 102, 9/4/51 (State Senator and State Attorney General-Elect
who was assassinated before taking the Oath of Office)
THE GENERAL JOHN COFFEE ROAD
Approved 2/24/59, Pg. 93, Act 48, SJR 5, RS
Portion of AL-20 from intersection with US-72 North to intersection of Waterloo Road in
Florence, Lauderdale County (Gen. John Coffee, Calvary Commander, War of 1812, made
Original Surveys of Tenn. Valley)
THE JOHN B. BENSON ROAD
Approved 5/20/59, Pg. 412, Act 3, HJR 10 RS
The portion of AL-35 from the B.B. Comer Bridge (35-36-9.8A) to intersection with County
Road #67 from said intersection to Langston, all within Jackson County
(State Senator from the Fifth Senatorial District 1951

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11/13/59

11/13/59

08/07/61

08/07/61

09/14/61

09/14/61

09/14/61

09/15/61

THE DEMOPOLIS ROOSTER BRIDGE
Approved 6/24/59, Pg.368, Act 99, S31, RS
Approved 6/24/59, Pg.568, Act 99, S31, SS, 8-60-22.2
The bridge on U.S. 80, which crosses the Tombigbee River and connects Marengo and
Sumter Counties now known as “The Memorial Bridge” is hereby redesignated and shall
hereafter be known as “The Demopolis Rooster Bridge”, in honor of F. I. Derby.
Note: See ‘The Rooster Bridge’ and ‘The Memorial Bridge’
THE DESOTO PARKWAY
Approved 11/13/59, Pg. 1116, Act 425, HJR 701
In DeKalb County; beginning at a point on the western brow of Lookout Mountain where
County Road 89 intersects SR-35; thence northwestward along said County Road 89 via
Desoto State Park headquarters and the paved road through Desoto State Park; thence
continue through the main entrance to Desoto State Park and along the paved road to the
top of Tutwiler Gap; thence continue down the side of Lookout Mountain along said
Tutwiler Gap to a point of ending at SR-117
THE G.E. HILL BRIDGE
Approved 11/13/59, Pg. 1116, Act 424, H 700, RS
On AL-35 across Little River at the DeKalb-Cherokee County Line
35-10-14.1
(G. Euclid Hill, DeKalb County Commissioner)
THE LESTER KERSEY BRIDGE
Approved 8/7/61, Pg. 555, Act 489, HJR 82, RS
On AL-52 across the Pea River in Geneva County
52-31-7.1
(Geneva County soldier killed in World War I)
THE JOHN S. O'NEAL HIGHWAY
Approved 8/7/61, Pg. 528, Act 471, HJR 80, RS
AL-65 beginning at the Tennessee line and extending through Paint Rock Valley to
intersection with AL-2, US-72 (John Silor O'Neal, eminent member of Alabama House of
Representatives)
THE SAM ENGLEHARDT DRIVE AND HEART OF DIXIE HIGHWAY (BOTH AND
SEPARATELY)
Approved 9/14/61, Pg. 1807, Act 12, HJR 12, SS
Redesignated from "The Heart of Dixie Highway" Act 568, H 339, Approved 9/18/57
On US-231 from the Alabama-Tennessee State Line south to Sylacauga via US-280,
southeasterly to the Alabama-Georgia State Line in Phenix City
(Sam Englehardt, Jr., State Senator and Representative and Director of Alabama Highway
Department)
THE HEART OF DIXIE HIGHWAY AND SAM ENGLEHARDT DRIVE (BOTH AND
SEPARATELY)
Approved 9/14/61, Pg. 1807, Act 12, HJR 12, SS
Redesignated from "The Heart of Dixie Highway" Act 568, H 339, Approved 9/18/57
On US-231 from the Alabama-Tennessee State Line south to Sylacauga via US-280,
southeasterly to the Alabama-Georgia State Line in Phenix City
(Sam Englehardt, Jr., State Senator and Representative and Director of Alabama Highway
Department)
THE NOCCALULA-DESOTO PARKWAY
Approved 9/14/61, Pg. 1825, Act 33, HJR 23, SS
Running from Noccalula Falls in Gadsden on Etowah County Road 89 to County Road 3 in
Cherokee County, to AL-176 in DeKalb County, then AL-176 into DeSoto State Park and
ending on AL-35
(Noccalula Falls and DeSoto State Park)
THE JOHN LAWSON BURNETT BRIDGE
Approved 9/15/61, Pg. 2362, Act 301, S 182, SS
On AL-9 across the Coosa River at Cedar Bluff in Cherokee County

09/15/61

09/15/61

09/15/61

09/15/61

06/18/62

07/17/62

05/30/63

08/06/63

08/23/63

09/04/63

09/11/63

9-10-20.2 Replaced ABC #3 John Pelham Bridge
(U.S. Congressman)
THE CHEROKEE COUNTY MEMORIAL BRIDGE
Approved 9/15/61, Pg. 2362, Act 301, S 182, SS
On AL-25 across the Coosa River near Leesburg in Cherokee County
25-10-6.2
(Memorial to men and women of Cherokee County who served in U.S. Armed Services)
THE CONFEDERATE ROAD
Approved 9/15/61, Pg. 2081, Act 139, S 106, SS
AL-143 designated in Montgomery and Elmore Counties
(Commemorate the Confederacy)
Note: See the Robinson Springs Road
THE HAMLET MILL BRIDGE
Approved 9/15/61, Pg. 1944, Act 68, H 225, SS
On AL-49 across Emuckfaw Creek southeast of New Site in Tallapoosa County
49-62-40.0 (Thomas Jefferson Hamlet's Grist Mill)
THE JOHN WHITE PATTERSON WAY
Approved 9/15/61, Pg. 1824, Act 29, HJR 19, SS
Part of US-78 in Walker County near Jasper which constitutes a four-lane bypass
(John Malcolm Patterson, former Attorney General and Governor of Alabama)
THE ALBERT BOUTWELL HIGHWAY
Approved 6/18/62, Pg. 13, Act 1, HJR 3, SS
AL-79 beginning at Scottsboro in Jackson County and extending through Marshall and
Blount Counties to Birmingham in Jefferson County
(Member of Alabama Senate and Lieutenant Governor of Alabama)
THE WOOLSEY FINNELL BRIDGE
Approved 7/17/62, Official Minutes of Alabama Highway Department
On AL-6, US-82 across the Black Warrior River in Tuscaloosa County
6-63-19.0
(Judge, Colonel in Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army and First Highway Director for the State
of Alabama)
THE MALCOLM EDWARDS BRIDGE
Approved 5/30/63, Pg. 398, Act 23, HJR 12, RS
On AL-41 over the Conecuh River in Escambia County
41-27-4.8
(Alabama Legislature Representative from Escambia County)
THE LEWIS DAVIS LEWIS HIGHWAY
Approved 8/6/63, Pg. 617, Act 221, HJR 98, RS
Portion of AL-159 from US-82 at Gordo to the Fayette County Line
(Dr. Lewis Davis, former Pickens County Commissioner)
THE ELLISON-AYERS HIGHWAY
Approved 8/23/63, Pg. 720, Act 273, HJR 119, RS
AL-102 from Townley to US-43 located in Fayette and Walker Counties
(E.C. Ellison, Walker County Commissioner-- J.W. Ayers, Publisher, Fayette County
Newspaper)
THE OLD MILITARY BRIDGE
Approved 9/4/63, Pg. 979, Act 445, SJR 51, RS
On AL-225 across Bay Minette Creek (Bayou Minette) in Baldwin County
225-02-2.1
(Military crossing in 1704, Blakely to the Village, original bridge built in early 1800's,
destroyed in Civil War Battle of Blakely)
THE DR. CHARLES THIGPEN HIGHWAY
Approved 9/11/63, Pg. 1021, Act 468, HJR 130, RS
AL-263 from junction with AL-185 northwest of Greenville to a junction with AL-21 at
Braggs in Butler and Lowndes Counties

08/13/64

11/19/64

05/05/65

05/20/65

10/18/65

08/19/66

09/12/66

07/28/67

07/31/67

09/05/67

09/5/67

(Dr. Charles Austin Thigpen, eminent eye surgeon-1888)
THE GEORGE C. WALLACE TUNNEL
Approved 8/13/64, Pg. 35, Act 9, HJR 11, SS
Under the Mobile River on I-10 in Mobile County
I-10-49-27.0
(Governor, Representative and Circuit Judge)
THE BILLY WATSON HIGHWAY
Approved 11/19/64, Official Minutes of Alabama Highway Department
AL-30 south of Eufaula to Clayton, then AL-51 via Louisville and Clio to intersection with
US-84 northwest of Enterprise
(Local business and civic leader and colorful political mentor)
THE BATTLESHIP PARKWAY
Approved 5/5/65, Pg. 373, Act 261, HJR 89, SS
Portion of US-90, US-98, US-31, and AL-16, commencing at Spanish Fort and running
westward to the entrance to the Bankhead Tunnel
(Battleship U.S.S. Alabama Memorial Park)
THE O'DANIEL BRIDGE
Approved 5/20/65, Pg. 282, Act 211, HJR 70, SS
On AL-229 spanning the Tallapoosa River at Milstead between Elmore and Macon
Counties
229-44-3.8
(Former Elmore County Commissioner Paul J. O'Daniel)
THE MCFARLAND BOULEVARD
Approved 10/18/65 and 5/10/66, Resolutions in Official Minutes of Alabama Highway
Department
The entire US-82 Bypass through cities of Tuscaloosa and Northport in Tuscaloosa County
(Ward W. McFarland, Highway Director, 1947-51, State Docks Director 1955-59)
THE HERMAN NELSON HIGHWAY
Approved 8/19/66, Pg. 179, Act 151, HJR 38, SS
AL-145 between Clanton and Wilsonville in Chilton and Shelby Counties
(Director of Alabama Highway Department 1954-58, 1963-68)
THE DON MCMILLAN BRIDGE
Approved 9/12/66, Pg. 433, Act 290, HJR 59, SS
On AL-5 across the ICG Railroad in Brent in Bibb County
5-04-8.5
(Captain Donald McMillan, U.S. Army, First Calvary, killed in Vietnam)
THE HUGH ROWE THOMAS BRIDGE
Approved 7/28/67, Pg. 373, Act 45, HJR 30, RS
On AL-69 spanning the Black Warrior River between Tuscaloosa and Northport in
Tuscaloosa County
69-63-16.5
(Memory of Hugh Rowe Thomas, Representative from Tuscaloosa)
THE FRANK DOBSON BRIDGE
Approved 7/31/67, Pg. 486, Act 150, SJR 23, RS
On AL-10 over the Alabama River between Camden and Yellow Bluff in Wilcox County
10-66-13.5
(Francis M. Dobson, Civil Engineer, road and bridge builder)
THE WILLIAM BRANTLEY CRAWLEY ROAD
Approved 9/5/67, Pg. 870, Act 323, HJR 85, RS
AL-201 connects US-29, AL-15 to AL-93 southeast of Banks in Pike County
(Local civic and business leader)
THE MAURICE “CASEY” DOWNING BRIDGE
Approved 9/5/67, Pg. 936, Act 371, HJR 111, RS
Over the West Fowl River on AL-188 in Mobile County
188-49-15.5

01/18/68

06/12/68

07/31/68

08/15/68

05/14/69

05/14/69

05/14/69

05/15/69

07/22/69

08/19/69

(Maurice A. Downing, Representative in Alabama Legislature)
THE TROY UNIVERSITY HIGHWAY
Approved 1/18/68, Official Minutes of Alabama Highway Department
Portion of US-231 from Montgomery via Troy, Ozark, Dothan to the Alabama-Florida State
Line
(Commemorate Troy State University, Troy)
THE LURLEEN BURNS WALLACE OVERPASS
Approved 6/12/68, Resolution in Official Minutes of Alabama Highway Department
On 36th St. over L & N Railroad in Wylam, City of Birmingham, Jefferson County
25-37-M01.2 City of Birmingham Bridge
(First Woman Governor of Alabama)
THE PINSON VALLEY PARKWAY
Approved 7/31/68, Resolution in Official Minutes of Alabama Highway Department
AL-79 from Tarrant City north to the Jefferson County Line
(Colloquial name)
THE DITTO'S LANDING BRIDGE
Approved 8/15/68, Resolution in Official Minutes of Alabama Highway Department
On AL-53 across the Tennessee River between Morgan and Madison Counties
53-52-8.7A
(Local ferry operator John Ditto--1910)
THE ALBERT P. BREWER BOULEVARD
Approved 05/14/1969, Pg. 134, Act 88, HJR 43, SS
The portion of State Highway 202 from 8th Street and Quintard Avenue in Anniston, AL, to
the point of its intersection with U.S. Highway 78
(In honor of our esteemed Governor)
*NOTE: The portion of Old State Highway 202 beginning at a point on the new relocation of
State Highway 202, westerly, to end with junction of U. S. Highway 78 is now maintained
by Calhoun County
THE NELSON-WALLACE RAILROAD OVERPASS
Approved 5/14/69, Pg. 108, Act 54, SJR 22, SS
The overpass by which U.S. Highway 29 (AL-113) crosses the railroad tracks (Seaboard
Systems Railroad) at Flomaton in Escambia County
(As a tribute to Herman L. Nelson, former Director of Alabama Highway Department and
Lurleen B. Wallace, First Woman Governor of Alabama)
THE ROBERT ALSTON RUSSELL MEMORIAL BRIDGE
Approved 05/14/69, Pg. 99, Act 44, SJR 9, SS
The bridge across the Elkahatchee Creek portion of Lake Martin
(R. A. Russell, longtime friend of recreation and conservation in the State of AL; Founder of
Windcreek Park; largely instrumental in procuring a bridge across the Elkahatchee Creek
portion of Lake Martin)
THE FLORENCE STATE UNIVERSITY HIGHWAY
Approved 5/14/69, Pg. 132, Act 85, HJR 38, SS
Those parts of U.S. Highway 72 and U.S. Highway 72 Alternate located within the State of
Alabama
(Florence State University, now University of North Alabama)
THE BILL NICHOLS SCENIC HIGHWAY
Approved 7/22/69, Pg. 532, Act 212, HJR 80
That strip of road in Talladega County and Clay County, designated State Highway 148,
which connects State Highway 9 at Millerville, AL with State Highway 21 and U.S. Highway
231 at Sylacauga, AL
(Local U.S. Representative)
THE J.M. MOORE HIGHWAY
Approved 8/19/69, Pg. 904, Act 459, SJR 55
That so much of Highway 159 as extends from Fayette in Fayette County to the Pickens
County line

09/12/69

09/12/69

03/04/70

04/15/71

06/14/71

06/28/71

07/22/71

08/11/71

08/11/71

08/31/71

(J.M. Moore, Judge in Fayette County)
THE BRINDLEE MOUNTAIN PARKWAY
Approved 9/12/69, Pg. 1285, Act 729, HJR 162
Portion of U.S. Highway 231 from the Tennessee River to city limits of Arab, AL
(Local family who came to America around 1795)
THE SESQUICENTENNIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 9/12/69, Pg. 1276, Act 714, HJR 138
That so much of Highway 150 as runs between the city of Bessemer and Highway 31 in
Jefferson County
(Sesquicentennial Anniversary of Alabama's Statehood)
THE ALBERT M. RAINS BOULEVARD
Approved 3/4/70, Pg. 2686, Act 73, SJR 15, SS
Portion of US-411 and AL-25 from the end of Rainbow Drive to the beginning of Ewing
Ave. in Gadsden in Etowah County
(U.S. Representative)
THE SLAUGHT MCMAHAN BRIDGE
Approved 04/15/71, Pg. 63, Act 19, HJR 11, 1st SS
The bridge on Etowah County Road Number 287 over the Coosa River in Etowah County,
AL
(Served as a faithful and loyal servant of the people as a member and as Chairman of the
Etowah County Board of Revenue)
THE BOB GUILLOT WHITEWAY
Approved 6/14/71, Pg. 267, Act 26, SJR 19
Portion of US-31 within the corporate limits of the City of Vestavia Hills in Jefferson County
(Dr. Robert M. Guillot, President of The University of North Alabama and former Mayor of
Vestavia Hills)
THE EDDINS ROAD
Approved 6/28/71, Official Minutes of Alabama Highway Department
AL-109 from Florida State Line to US-231, then to Houston County Road 19 from US-231
to US-84
THE LURLEEN-BUZZARD ROOST CREEK BRIDGE
Approved 07/22/71, Pg. 367, Act 99, HJR 70, RS
The bridge at White Pike Road over Buzzard Roost Creek located five miles south of
Cherokee, AL in Colbert County
(The late Governor Lurleen B. Wallace, due to an untimely death, it is in remembrance of
her and a token of our (the people of Alabama) affection for her)
THE PHILLIPS BRIDGE
Approved 08/11/71, Act 226, HJR 114, RS
The bridge crossing L. M. Smith Lake on Cullman County Road Number 15; between the
communities of Brusby Pond and Wheat
(In honor of Mr. John Phillips; an outstanding farmer and citizen of Cullman County, for a
great many years)
THE ROOSTER BRIDGE(S)
Approved 8/11/71, Pg. 520, Act 225, HJR 111
On US-80 which crosses the Tombigbee River and connects Marengo and Sumter
Counties (The bridge across the Tombigbee River at Moscow, just below Marengo and
Sumter Counties)
8-60-22.2
(In Honor of Frank I. Derby, originator and coordinator of the sale of Roosters donated by
prominent people with proceeds to build the bridge "Spanning the Bigbee") Replaced with
8-60-23.7
Note: See the Demopolis Rooster Bridge and the Memorial Bridge
THE JOHN TYLER MORGAN BRIDGE
Approved 8/31/71, Pg. 1248, Act 518, HJR 153
The new bridge in Dallas County, AL spanning the Alabama River on U.S. Highway 80

09/07/71

09/07/71

09/20/71

10/01/71

06/08/73

06/08/73

06/25/73

07/11/73

07/11/73

07/11/73

(U.S. Senator 1877-94 and Confederate General)
THE AMERICAN LEGION MEMORIAL BRIDGE
Approved 9/7/71, Pg. 1638, Act 878, H 630, RS
Also, Official Minutes of Alabama Highway Department 3/13/72; I-65-51-13.2 A & B
The Alabama River Bridge on Interstate 65 at Montgomery
(In honor of and In gratitude to the American Legion Organization)
THE UNIVERSITY OF MONTEVALLO HIGHWAY
Approved 09/07/71, Pg. 1700, Act 945, SJR 77, RS
Official Minutes of Alabama Highway Department 3/13/72
That part of Alabama Highway 25 beginning at the intersection with Alabama Highway 61
at Greensboro and running in a northeasterly direction to a point at the intersection with
U.S. Highway 411 at Ashville and that part of U.S. Highway 231 running northeasterly from
Vincent to the Intersection of thereof with Alabama Highway 25 south of Ashville
(University of Montevallo at Montevallo)
THE DON L. MICHAEL MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 09/20/71, Pg. 3108, Act 1920, HJR 175
Alabama Highway 101 in Lauderdale County
(Local recipient of U.S. Medal of Honor for Heroism in Vietnam conflict)
THE “BULL” CONNOR HIGHWAY
Approved 10/01/71, Pg. 3958, Act 2478, HJR 215
Also, Official Minutes of Alabama Highway Department, 3/17/72
Alabama Highway 22 between Selma and Clanton
(The Honorable Eugene Conner, President of Public Service Commission; an outstanding
public servant)
THE GULF BEACH HIGHWAY
Approved 06/08/73, Pg. 49, Act 17, SJR 17, RS
State Highway 182 located in Baldwin County and running parallel with the shoreline of the
Gulf of Mexico
(A principal access to the Gulf State Park and many other tourist attractions of the area)
THE LURLEEN B. WALLACE BOULEVARD
Approved 06/08/73, Pg. 56, Act 26, HJR 23, RS
The portion of I-359 from the intersection of I-59 to 12th Street and that portion of Alabama
69 from 12th Street to the intersection of U.S. Highway 82 in Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa
County
(Lurleen Burns Wallace, First Woman Governor of Alabama)
THE JUDSON COLLEGE-MARION INSTITUTE HIGHWAY
Approved 06/25/73, Pg. 92, Act 61, HJR 60, RS
The portion of Alabama Highway 5 from Thomasville, AL north to the intersection of said
highway with Interstate Highway 59 north of West Blocton
(Local private college and private military institute)
THE GULF SHORES PARKWAY
Approved 07/11/73, Pg. 114, Act 85, HJR 91, SS
The portion of State Highway 59 located in Baldwin County running south from Interstate
Highway 65 to the Gulf Beach Highway (State Highway 182)
(From which the highway runs, it is considered appropriate to designate it as such)
THE HOOPER DRIVE
Approved 07/11/73, Pg. 118, Act 91, HJR 109, RS
The section of U.S. 431 beginning at the northernmost point of the Corporate City Limits of
Albertville and extending to the southernmost point of said Corporate Limits; Marshall
County
(For contributions that the Hooper family made toward the growth and stability of the City of
Albertville)
THE STILLWATER HIGHWAY
Approved 07/11/73, Pg. 115, Act 87, HJR 100, RS
Alabama Highway 49 in Tallapoosa County from I-85 North to Dadeville

07/30/73

08/08/73

09/05/73

09/05/73

09/17/73

09/18/73

09/18/73

09/18/73

01/22/75
03/10/75

(Local resort on Lake Martin)
THE JOHN T. REID PARKWAY
Approved 07/30/73, Pg. 258, Act 224, HJR 114, RS
That portion of the public highway known as the Highway No. 72 By-pass that is located
within the city limits Scottsboro, AL, Jackson County
(Mayor of Scottsboro)
THE GULF SHORES PARKWAY
Approved 08/08/73, Pg. 329, Act 297, HJR 164
County Road 47 located in Baldwin County running south from Interstate Highway 65 to
State Highway 59
(From which the county road runs, it is considered appropriate to designate it as such)
THE RICHARD MALONE BRIDGE
Approved 09/05/73, Pg. 1489, Act 974, Act 166, RS
The new Coosa River Bridge to be located on Highway 77 in Southside, AL, Etowah
County
(State Senator Richard Malone)
Repealed 05/08/79, Pg. 98, Act 74, SJR 11, RS
Etowah County
THE TANNEHILL TRAIL
Approved 9/5/73, Pg. 1221, Act 804, SJR 32, RS
From downtown Tuscaloosa via Old US-11 through Cottondale, Coaling, Vance, thence
through Woodstock via Green Pond into Tannehill Park, from Tannehill Park over the
Eastern Valley Highway to Kimbrell Road, thence via Kimbrell Road to Buckville and
McCalla, thence down Old US-11 to the corner of 4th and 19th street in Bessemer, thence
down 4th Avenue to Five Points West, thence to the Arlington Home
(To commemorate Tannehill Furnace and Foundry, 1847)
THE RICHARD BEARD MEMORIAL PARKWAY
Approved 09/17/73, Pg. 1853, Act 1089, SJR 103, RS
The portion of U.S. Highway 11 between Birmingham and Trussville in Jefferson County
(Local farmer, Agricultural Specialist and State Commissioner of Agriculture)
THE CULVER ROAD
Approved 9/18/73, Pg. 1939, Act 1154, HJR 249, RS & Act 1149 HJR 223, RS, 9/18/63,
Pg. 1931 (Both Acts Identical)
On AL-7 at Tuscaloosa-Greene County line to a point where Ninth Street and Fifteenth
Street combine
(John Culver, State Legislator)
THE HISTORIC MOBILE PARKWAY
Approved 09/18/73, Pg. 1999, Act 1188, HJR 193, RS
The portion of U.S. Highway 90 from its connection with Battleship Parkway and extending
west to the Mississippi State Line
(U.S. 90 is one of the oldest highways in the nation and helps to connect many historic
streets and Tourist Attractions)
THE LURLEEN B. WALLACE BRIDGE
Approved 09/18/73, Pg. 1932, Act 1147, HJR 264
The bridge over the Black Warrior River on Interstate 59 near Fosters, AL in Tuscaloosa
County
I-59-63-8.8 A & B
(Lurleen Burns Wallace, First Woman Governor of Alabama)
THE VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS BRIDGES
Approved 1/22/75, Pg. 26, Act 16, SJR 16
On US-431 Memorial Parkway in Huntsville, Madison County
1-45-24.5 A & B
THE JOE C. MCCORQUODALE, JR. BRIDGE
Approved 3/10/75, Pg. 202, Act 74, H 8, 2nd SS
On US-43 over the Tombigbee River between Clarke and Washington Counties

05/02/75

06/30/75

07/28/75

07/28/75

08/15/75

09/05/75

09/05/75

09/11/75

10/10/75

10/10/75

10/10/75
11/10/75

13-65-28.7
(State Legislator and Speaker of the House)
THE J.C. GRIFFIN HIGHWAY
Approved 5/2/75, Pg. 355, Act 130, SJR 49, 3rd SS
AL-183 within Perry County
(Local Civic Leader)
THE LAKE GUNTERSVILLE STATE PARKWAY
Approved 6/30/75, Pg. 540, Act 59, HJR 48, RS
Portion of US-431 from I-59 at Gadsden in Etowah County to Guntersville in Marshall
County
(Lake Guntersville State Park)
THE AVE MARIA GROTTO BOULEVARD
Approved 7/28/75, Pg. 566, Act 79, HJR 89, RS
Portion of US-278 from the intersection with I-65 to the intersection with AL-69 at East
Point in Cullman County
(Grotto of Miniature Models of Religious Shrines)
THE ERNEST S. COLLIER BRIDGE
Approved 7/28/75, Pg. 574, Act 89, HJR 90, RS
On US-231 across Sofkahatchee Creek in Elmore County
21-26-14.8
(Local State Representative)
THE EASTERN SHORE PARKWAY
Approved 8/15/75, Pg. 651, Act 165, HJR 200, RS
Portion of US-98 from Spanish Fort to Barnwell in Baldwin County
(Eastern Shore of Mobile Bay
THE POINT MALLARD PARKWAY
Approved 9/5/75, Pg. 699, Act 211, SJR 95, RS
AL-67 from I-65 to an intersection with US-31
(Commemorating Point Mallard Park)
THE JOE WHEELER STATE PARKWAY
Approved 9/5/75, Pg. 699, Act 210, SJR 92, RS
Portion of US-72 from I-65 to the entrance of Joe Wheeler State Park, two miles west of
Rogersville
(Confederate and U.S. General, Statesman, author and planter)
THE ELTON B. STEPHENS EXPRESSWAY
Approved 9/11/75, Pg. 748, Act 221, SJR 36, RS
Renaming the Red Mountain Expressway US-31, AL-3 from the intersection of US-280 and
I-59 Jefferson County
(Elton B. Stephens, Chairman Birmingham Area Highway Committee, Industrialist and
Philanthropist)
THE FORT MORGAN PARKWAY
Approved 10/10/75, Pg. 2249, Act 1146, HJR 353, RS
AL-180 from intersection with AL-59 to the western-most point of Baldwin County, formerly
Dixie Graves Parkway
(Commemorating Fort Morgan, Michelangelo Military Architecture
THE D. C. “DEACON” GREY MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 10/10/75, Pg. 2280, Act 1157, SJR 153, RS
AL-18 between Berry and Fayette in Fayette County
(Local Mayor, Tax Collector and State Legislator)
THE PERLOFF BOULEVARD
Approved 10/10/75, Pg. 2163, Act 1093, HJR 402, RS
Portion of US-43 within city limits of Chickasaw, Mobile County
(Local family, in particular State Senator Mayer W. Perloff)
THE BRINDLEY MOUNTAIN PARKWAY
Approved 11/10/75, Pg. 2630, Act 13, HJR, RS

11/14/75
05/18/76

07/26/76

08/05/76

08/05/76

08/06/76

08/06/76

08/11/76

08/13/76

08/16/76

08/18/76

08/18/76

Correct spelling of "Brindlee Mountain Parkway"
THE LIVINGSTON UNIVERSITY HIGHWAY
Approved 11/14/75, Pg. 2803, Act 112, H 133, 4th SS
Portion of US-11, AL-7 within Sumter County (Livingston University, local college)
THE ADMIRAL RAPHAEL SEMMES BRIDGE
Approved 5/18/76, Pg. 18, Act 6, HJR 17, RS
On US-90 & AL-16 over the Tensaw River in Mobile County
16-49-37.6A (U.S. and Confederate Naval Hero)
THE ROGER AND HERMAN PRIDE BOULEVARD
Approved 7/26/76, Pg. 150, Act 156, HJR 209, RS
AL-106 from I-65 to Miranda Street in Georgiana, Butler County
(Editor and Co-editor of local paper)
THE DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS BRIDGE
Approved 8/5/76, Pg. 239, Act 222, SJR 9, RS
On AL-53 at the intersection with Bob Wallace Ave. in Huntsville, Madison County
53-45-9.7
THE WALTER C. GIVHAN HIGHWAY
Approved 8/5/76, Pg. 241, Act 224, SJR, RS
Portion of AL-22 running east and west in Dallas County
(Former State Representative and Senator)
THE CHEAHA STATE PARK DRIVE
Approved 8/6/76, Pg. 301, Act 270, SJR 105, RS
Portion of US-431 from I-20 to Talladega Scenic Drive, AL-49
(Commemorate local state park)
THE FORT MIMS HIGHWAY
Approved 8/6/76, Pg. 299, Act 268, SJR 83, RS
AL-59 from Uriah to Bay Minette in Monroe and Baldwin Counties
(To memorialize the Fort Mims Massacre during the Creek War, 1813)
THE MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. EXPRESSWAY
Became Law 8/11/76 under section 125 of the Constitution of the State of Alabama Act
271, HJR 263, RS, Pg. 302
I-85 from the east city limits of Montgomery to an intersection with I-65
Named by special authorization of the Federal Highway Administration
(Religious and Civil Rights Leader)
THE FULLER ASBURY KIMBRELL HIGHWAY
Approved 8/13/76, Pg. 318, Act 285, S 115, RS
AL-171 from junction with AL-13 to junction with AL-4 and AL-17 Marion, Fayette, and
Tuscaloosa Counties
(State Legislator and Civic Leader)
THE DR. W.C. HOLMES BRIDGE
Approved 8/16/76, Pg. 336, Act 303, HJR 275, RS
On AL-59 across the inter-coastal canal in Baldwin County
59-02-1.9
(Local medical doctor and State Senator)
THE BUDDY CRAWFORD BRIDGE
Approved 8/18/76, Pg. 339, Act 305, H 1150, RS
Bridge owned by State of Georgia and named by State of Georgia, Henry G. McKemie
Memorial Bridge
On AL-10 over the Chattahoochee River between Alabama and Georgia in Henry County
10-34-24.4
(Local Mayor and State Legislator)
THE BUDDY CRAWFORD HIGHWAY
Approved 8/18/76, Pg. 339, Act 305, H 1150, RS
Portion of AL-10 from Abbeville to Fort Gaines in Henry County

08/18/76

08/18/76

08/23/76

02/11/77

02/18/77

04/29/77

04/29/77

05/11/77

05/11/77

05/11/77

05/11/77

05/11/77

(Local Mayor and State Legislator)
THE JACKSONVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY HIGHWAY
Approved 8/18/76, Pg. 328, Act 293, HJR 281, RS
The portion of AL-21 from the southern county line of Calhoun County to a point ten miles
north of Jacksonville in Calhoun County
(Local four-year college)
THE SPACE MUSEUM BOULEVARD
Approved 8/18/76, Pg. 334, Act 301, HJR 201, SS
Portion of AL-20, US-72 extending eastward from I-65 in Limestone County to intersection
with Bob Wallace Avenue in Huntsville, Madison County
(Alabama Space and Rocket Center Museum)
THE ALBERT STOVALL HIGHWAY
Approved 8/23/76, Pg. 502, Act 398, H 505, RS
Portion of AL-13 in Fayette County that runs north from Berry Junction (AL-18) to the
Walker County Line
(Fayette County Commissioner)
THE WALTER C. GIVHAN PARKWAY
Approved 2/11/77, Pg. 571, Act 429, SJR 12, RS
Portion of US-80 from Montgomery to the west boundary of Perry County
(Former State Representative and Senator)
THE HENRY DAVID RILEY BRIDGE
Approved 2/18/77, Pg. 38, Act 28, HJR 53, RS
On AL-49 over Seaboard Systems Railroad in Clay County
49-14-16.3
(Local eminent citizen)
THE RED BUD DRIVE
Approved 4/29/77, Pg. 514, Act 388, HJR 390, RS
Part of AL-40 from AL-35 to the top of Sand Mountain in Jackson County
(Local trees)
THE DR. FEDERICK D. REESE PARKWAY
Approved 4/27/99, Pg. 167, Act 143, HJR 231, RS
A portion of Highway 80 East from the Edmund Pettus Bridge proceeding three miles east
(Pastor, educator and civil rights leader)
THE BLAKELEY DRIVE
Approved 5/11/77, Pg. 597, Act 457, HJR 360, RS
Part of AL-225 northward from US-31 to Co. Road 138 in Baldwin County
(Commemorative of Historical Town of Blakeley and Fort Blakeley)
THE CLARENCE E. CHESTNUT, JR. BYPASS
Approved 5/11/77, Pg. 583, Act 442, SJR 342, RS
The Centre Bypass on AL-68 at Centre in Cherokee County
(State Legislator, merchant, farmer and community leader)
THE OLD SPANISH TRAIL
Approved 5/11/77, Pg. 596, Act 455, HJR 358, RS
Portion of US-90 which extends southward from intersection of US-31 north to I-10 and that
part from US-98 eastward to Baldwin County Road #66
(Historic El Camino Real)
THE SPANISH FORT BOULEVARD
Approved 5/11/77, Pg. 596, Act 456, HJR 359, RS
Part of US-31 from the east side of Blakely River to AL-181 in Baldwin County
(Local Earthwork known as Spanish Fort)
THE VETERANS MEMORIAL BRIDGE
Approved 5/11/77, Pg. 598, Act 459, HJR 529, RS
The two bridges on US-231 crossing the Pea River in Dale County
53-23-28.7 A & B

06/08/77

04/12/78

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05/04/78

08/07/78

01/23/79

01/23/79

01/23/79

01/30/79

(Memorial to the 57 men from Dale County who lost their lives in World War I)
THE C.L. TORBERT,JR., PARKWAY
Approved 6/8/77, Pg. 1423, Act 15, SJR 11, 1st SS
Act 8, HJR 33, 1st SS, 6/3/77, Pg. 1415 (Both Acts Identical)
Section of AL-50 from US-431 for a distance of two miles to the intersection of old AL-50 in
LaFayette in Chambers County
(Local banker and civic leader)
THE GLENN MOODY BRIDGE
Approved 4/12/78, Pg. 467, Act 444, HJR 392, SS
On AL-10 across Stallings Creek, east of I-65 intersection in Butler County
10-07-15.6 (Local civic, political, business leader and Sheriff)
THE WALTER C. GIVHAN DRIVE
Approved 4/14/78, Pg. 484, Act 460, SJR 38, RS
Portion of Bibb County Road Number 12 which extends from Greenpond to US-11 at
Caffee Junction, Bibb County
(Former State Representative and Senator)
THE JIM NABORS HIGHWAY
Approved 5/1/78, Pg. 943, Act 655, H 234, RS
Portion of US-280 from north boundary of Talladega County to South Boundary of
Talladega County--Intent, Description in error
(Nationally known actor/musician from Sylacauga)
THE GENERAL W.K. WILSON, JR., BRIDGE
Approved 5/1/78, Pg. 958, Act 665, S 37, RS
Main bridge crossing Mobile River on I-65 in Mobile and Baldwin Counties
I-65-49-24.3 A & B
(Distinguished Military Engineer and local civic leader)
THE J.B. BURKHALTER HIGHWAY
Approved 5/4/78, Pg. 1173, Act 796, HJR 424, RS
Portion of AL-68 from US-411 in Leesburg to DeKalb County Line
(State Legislator from Cherokee County)
THE BARRY DURRETT MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 8/7/78, Pg. 1723, Act 46 HJR 71, RS
Portion of US-31 within the city limits of Alabaster, Shelby County
(Courageous 15-year old cancer victim)
THE CECIL JACKSON JR. BYPASS
Approved 1/23/79, Pg. 14, Act 9, SJR, OS, and Official Minutes of Alabama Highway
Department, 9/6/78
Portion of AL-41 from US-80 to AL-14 at Selma in Dallas County
(Local Attorney, Executive Secretary and Legal Advisor to Governors George C. and
Lurleen B. Wallace)
THE JOHN T. MORGAN BRIDGE
Approved 1/23/79, Pg. 16, Act 10, SJR 10, RS
On AL-41 over the Alabama River in Dallas County
Previous Act 518, HJR 153, 8/31/71, Pg. 1248, Description in Error
41-24-27.6
(U.S. Senator 1877-94 and Confederate General)
THE JOHN TYLER MORGAN BRIDGE
Approved 1/23/79, Pg. 15, Act 10, SJR 10 Corrected
Description in error, denotes Edmund Pettus Bridge 8-24-25.3 instead of intent 41-24-27.6,
on AL-41 spanning the Alabama River
THE JIM FRANK WEED BRIDGE
Approved 1/30/79, Pg. 45, Act 33, HJR 15, 1st SS
On US-331 over the Conecuh River in Crenshaw County
9-21-11.3

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03/27/80

04/08/80

02/16/81

03/04/81

03/04/81

04/22/81

05/27/81

08/18/81

08/19/81

(Local farmer, civic leader and Mayor)
THE BLUE STAR MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 5/21/79, Pg. 147, Act 116, HJR 103, RS, also Official Minutes of Alabama
Highway Department, 1/22/72
US-84 within the boundaries of Alabama
(In appreciation to those who served the United States during World War II)
THE HANK WILLIAMS KOWALIGA BRIDGE
Approved 7/30/79, Pg. 1220, Act 689, SJR 118, RS
On AL-63 over Lake Martin in Elmore County at Kowaliga
63-26-14.8
(Country music singer and composer)
THE J.A. WINTZELL MEMORIAL BRIDGE
Approved 3/27/80, Pg. 168, Act 117, HJR 98, RS
On AL-188 across Bayou LaBatre in Mobile County
188-49-8.9
(Local Mayor)
THE DR. BRIGGS PARRIS DRIVE
Approved 4/8/80, Pg. 253, Act 176, HJR 141
Portion of AL-75 beginning at the east city limits of Geraldine and extending to the south
city limits in DeKalb County
(Dr. Briggs Parris, compassionate physician, civic, educational and religious leader)
THE POP DICKINSON HIGHWAY
Approved 2/16/81, Pg. 22, Act 11, HJR 23, RS
AL-144 in Saint Clair County, Alabama
(Local lumberman and civic leader)
THE PETE PETERSON BRIDGE
Approved 3/4/81, Pg. 109, Act 89, HJR 102, RS
The bridge on US-331 (AL-9) spanning the Catoma Creek, Montgomery County
9-51-24.9 A & B
(Local bridge builder)
THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH ALABAMA HIGHWAY
Approved 3/4/81, Pg. 113, Act 94, HJR 108, RS
AL-157 from Cullman, Alabama, to the Tennessee state line
(University of North Alabama in Florence in Lauderdale County)
THE OLD CENTRAL PLANK ROAD
Approved 4/22/81, Pg. 385, Act 301, HJR 194, RS
That portion of AL-9, from its junction with US-231 at Wetumpka in Elmore County to its
junction with US-280 in Socapatoy in Coosa County
(Chartered in 1849-50 by Alabama Legislature as Toll Road of Planks)
THE L. W. “LOUIE” BRANNAN BRIDGE
Approved 5/27/81, Pg. 1478, Act 830, HJR 403, RS
The bridge in Baldwin County over Fish River on AL-98 (*Correction: US-98, AL-42 over
Fish River in Baldwin County – Not AL-98)
42-02-26.8
(Local Mayor and State Legislator)
THE HUYCK BRIDGE
Approved 8/18/81, Pg. 48, Act 911, SJR 26, 1st SS
The new bridge on AL-17 which spans the Tombigbee River approximately five miles
Southwest of Aliceville in Pickens County, replaced ABC #9
17-54-7.1
(Huyuck Corporation of New York, local plant-25 Anniversary of said Plant)
Note: Also see The John T. Milner Bridge
THE JUBILEE PARKWAY
Approved 8/19/81, Pg. 92, Act 941, HJR 49, 1st SS
The entire span of the Interstate-10 Bridge over Mobile Bay

10/06/81

11/12/81

11/21/81

11/31/81

02/23/82

05/04/82

05/04/82

05/04/82

05/04/82
05/04/82

I-10-49-27.7 A & B
(Local application)
THE BARNES ADUSTON ROGERS BRIDGE
Approved 10/6/81, Pg. 186, Act 998, HJR 16, 2nd SS
The bridge on AL-39 which spans the Tombigbee River at Gainesville, Alabama,
connecting Sumter and Greene Counties
(See: The Julia Tutwiler-Barnes Aduston Rogers Bridge)
(Barnes Aduston Rogers, prominent civic and business leader in Sumter County)
THE JULIA (TUTWILER-BARNES) ADUSTON ROGERS TUTWILER, BRIDGE
Approved 11/12/81, Pg. 351, Act 1088, HJR 15, 3RD SS
The Julia Tutwiler Bridge on AL-39 which spans the Tombigbee River at Gainesville in
Sumter County, connecting Sumter and Greene Counties
(See Tutwiler, Julia S. Bridge)
THE FOOTS CROSSING
Approved 11/12/81, Pg. 352, Act 1089, HJR 16, 3rd SS
The Sucarnochee River Bridge on US-11, AL-7, entering the City of Livingston in Sumter
County
7-60-16.7 (Local Judge Sam "Foots" Massingill)
THE GEORGE LINDSEY HIGHWAY
Approved 11/13/81, Pg. 376, Act 1112, SJR 11, 3rd SS
That portion of US-78 from the western Jasper City limits at mile post 57.90 east to the
eastern city limits at mile post 65.38 in Jasper, Alabama, Walker County
(Locally born television and movie actor)
THE JACK B. VENABLE BRIDGE
Approved 2/23/82, Pg. 106, Act 80, SJR 54, RS
The bridge over AL-50 spanning the Tallapoosa River at Martin Dam and connecting
Elmore and Tallapoosa Counties
50-26-2.4
(Local State Legislator)
THE AMERICAN LEGION BRIDGE
Approved 5/4/82, Pg. 889, Act 539, HJR 424, RS
The overpass or bridge at (AL-1) the intersection of Governor’s Drive and the Memorial
Parkway in Huntsville, Madison County
Also named Veterans of Foreign Wars Bridge, approved 1/22/75, Pg. 26, Act 16, SJR 16,
RS
1-45-24.5 A & B
(Acknowledges the long history of the American Legion)
THE COBIA'S BRIDGE
Approved 5/4/82, Pg. 1082, Act 585, HJR 262, RS
The bridge on AL-68 in the Town of Cedar Bluff (over Chattanooga River in Cherokee
County)
68-10-19.9
(Was covered bridge near Cobia's Gin and Grist Mill in 1800's)
THE GUY HIGGINS – MORRIS L. NELSON BRIDGE
Approved 5/4/82, Pg. 1092, Act 595, HJR 292, RS
The Coosa River Bridge in Pollard’s Bend, in Cherokee and Etowah Counties, Alabama
(Outstanding community leaders; actively advocated the construction of the Coosa River
Bridge)
THE MORRIS L. NELSON – GUY HIGGINS BRIDGE
Approved 5/4/82, Pg. 1092, Act 595, HJR 292, RS
The Coosa River Bridge in Pollard’s Bend, in Cherokee and Etowah Counties, Alabama
(Outstanding community leaders; actively advocated the construction of the Coosa River
Bridge)
THE JOE PATTERSON BRIDGE
Approved 5/4/82, Pg. 1079, Act 582, HJR 224, RS

05/17/83

05/24/83

06/27/83

07/18/83

07/18/83

11/28/83

02/01/84

02/23/84

02/29/84

05/17/84
05/29/84

The new bridge in the northeast corner of Colbert County which joins Colbert and
Lawrence Counties
THE GOODYEAR BOULEVARD
Approved 5/17/83, Pg. 458, Act 280, SJR 9, RS
That portion of AL-79 lying between the point of intersection of said Highway 79 with US-72
and its point of intersection with AL-279
Approved 5/24/83, Pg. 471, Act 293, HJR 97, RS
That portion of AL-79 between the point of intersection with US-72 and the intersection of
AL-279 in Scottsboro, Alabama, in Jackson County
(Local business, Goodyear Plant)
THE STATE TROOPER DAVID E. TEMPLE MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 5/24/83, Pg. 480, Act 303, HJR 117, RS
AL-20 in Limestone County from the Morgan County Line to the Madison County Line
(Local Law Enforcement Officer killed in line of duty)
Also named Joe Wheeler Highway, Approved 6/16/45, Pg. 154, Act 134, H 426
THE ROBERT E. "BOB" JONES BRIDGE
Approved 6/27/83, Pg. 597, Act 417, SJR 176, RS
The new Tennessee River Bridge of AL-35; Jackson County
35-36-9.8B
(1947-77 U.S. Congressman from Alabama's Eighth District)
THE JAMES ARTER SMITH HIGHWAY
Approved 7/18/83, Pg. 808, Act 520, SJR 179, RS
AL-50 from the bridge just below Martin Dam to the intersection of AL-49 at Walnut Hill
(Devoted community builder who served his people of Tallapoosa County with great love &
dedication)
THE REVEREND JAMES ARTER SMITH HIGHWAY
Approved 7/18/83, Pg. 808, Act 520, SJR 179, RS
AL-50 from the bridge (50-26-2.4) just below Martin Dam to the intersection with AL-49 at
Walnut Hill; Tallapoosa County
(State Legislator, 1896)
THE SHERIFF NEIL GRANTHAM DRIVE
Approved 11/28/83, Pg. 51, Act 830, HJR 19, 3rd SS
That portion of AL-87, beginning at By-Pass Street in Elba North to the Pea Creek Bridge
in Coffee County
(Local Law Enforcement Officer)
THE G.J. “DUTCH” HIGGINBOTHAM HIGHWAY
Approved 2/1/94, Pg. 54, Act 50, SJR 17, RS
Portion of US-280 between Opelika and Phenix City
(State Senator and member of Alabama House of Representatives)
THE BILL NICHOLS BRIDGE
Approved 2/23/84, Pg. 8, Act 8, SJR 10, RS
Approved 2/29/84, Pg. 25, Act 24, HJR 27, RS
The bridge across Little Mulberry Creek on AL-14 at Statesville, Autauga County, AL
14-01-2.5
(State Legislator and U.S. Congressman)
THE RAY MARSH DRIVE
Approved 2/29/84, Pg. 13, Act 12, HJR 5, RS
That portion of US-231, from Oneonta to Rosa in Blount County
(Local business and civic leader)
THE GEORGE H. GRIMSELY HIGHWAY
Approved 5/17/84, Pg. 846, Act 365, HJR 316, RS
AL-95, from Abbeville in Henry County to Gordon in Houston County
(Alabama Legislator and educator)
THE LEE CALLAWAY BRIDGE
Approved 5/29/84, Pg. 1081, Act 466, SJR 223, RS

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09/11/85

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04/11/86

04/11/86

04/12/86

The bridge in Baldwin County over the canal between Little Lagoon and the Gulf of Mexico,
on AL-182 Also on Official Minutes of Alabama Highway Department 4/24/84 182-02-3.6
(Local businessman and civic leader)
THE JOHN T. MURPHREE BOULEVARD
Approved 5/30/84, Pg. 1227, Act 593, SJR 264, RS
That section of US-84 and AL-12 east stretching from Poplar Head Springs to the Ross
Clark Circle at the Southeast Alabama Medical Center (the four-lane boulevard stretching
from the Seaboard Systems crossing at Poplar Head Park to the Ross Clark Circle, AL-210
in Houston County)
(Local road builder and community leader)
THE POINT MALLARD HIGHWAY
Approved 3/25/85, Pg. 57, Act 186, HJR 52
Portion of AL-20 from I-65 west to US-31 in Limestone County
(Commemorating Point Mallard)
THE ALABAMA INSTITUTE FOR THE DEAF AND BLIND HIGHWAY
Approved 4/8/85, Pg. 147, Act 248, SJR 69
Portion of AL-21 from the northern city limits of Sylacauga to the southern city limits of
Oxford in Talladega County
(For attention to the Institute for Education of the Sensory Impaired)
THE JEFF SORREL HIGHWAY
Approved 5/17/85, Pg. 860, Act 562, HJR 94, RS
Portion of AL-223 between the communities of Saco and Sandfield in Pike County
(Locally prominent civic and business leader)
THE GORDON TERRY PARKWAY
Approved 5/17/85, Pg. 861, Act 563, HJR 108, RS
Portion of AL-24 from western limit of Decatur to western limit of Moulton in Morgan and
Lawrence Counties (World Renowned Grand Ole Opry Fiddle Player)
THE TAMMY LITTLE DRIVE
Approved 5/29/85, Pg. 1061, Act 669, SJR 123
Portion of AL-35 within the city limits of Section in Jackson County
(Miss Alabama 1984)
THE PICKENSVILLE BRIDGE
Approved 9/11/85, Pg.17, Act 775, HJR 22
On AL-86 over the Tombigbee River in Pickens County
86-54-1.3
(Named for local community, Pickensville)
THE MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. DRIVE
Approved 2/27/86, Pg. 87, Act 79, SJR 42, RS
That portion of the new bypass to AL-20 in Lawrence County
(Religious and Civil Rights Leader)
THE EMMETT ODEN PARKWAY
This Act became under Section 125 of the Constitution of the State of Alabama on 4/11/86,
without the approval by the Governor
Pg. 386, Act 257, HJR 374, RS
AL-243 in southeast Franklin County
(State Representative and Senator
THE VETERANS MEMORIAL PARKWAY
This Act became a law under section 125 of the Constitution of the State of Alabama on
4/11/86, without approval by the Governor
Pg. 379, Act 249, HJR 365, RS
AL-50 in Chambers County between Lafayette and Lanett
(Commemorating all Veterans from Chambers County, both living and dead)
THE MOFFETT ROAD
This Act became a law under Section 125 of the Constitution of the State of Alabama on
4/12/86, without approval by the Governor

04/28/86

04/28/86

04/28/86

04/29/86

04/30/86

04/30/86

04/30/86

05/15/86

09/25/86

Pg. 156, Act 128, HJR 26, RS
That portion of US-98, from Springhill Avenue in Mobile to the Mississippi State Line
(Moffettville Community, descendents of original settlers)
THE LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN PARKWAY
This Act became a law under Section 125 of the Constitution of the State of Alabama on
4/28/86, without the approval by the Governor
Pg. 623, Act 417, HJR 18, RS
Beginning on Tabor Road in District 2 of Etowah County; AL-3, connecting with Etowah
County’s Taylor Road and AL-176 in Cherokee County, and AL-176 from AL-68 to
Dogtown, CR-85 from Dogtown to AL-117 at Mentone and CR-177 from AL-117 at
Mentone to the Georgia State line, all is DeKalb County
(Scenic Route to Lookout Mountain)
THE J.W. ROGERS HIGHWAY
This Act became law under Section 125 of the Constitution of the State of Alabama on
4/28/86, without approval by the Governor
Pg. 536, Act 351, SJR 170, RS
AL-19 in Franklin and Marion Counties
(Local pioneer merchant, banker, philanthropist)
THE WILDERNESS PARKWAY
This Act became a law under section 125 of the Constitution of the State of Alabama on
4/28/86, without approval by the Governor
Pg. 535, Act 350, SJR 169, RS
AL-33 in Winston County
(Sipsey Wilderness Area of the Bankhead National Forest)
THE MARVIN E. PARKER BRIDGE
Approved 4/29/86, Pg. 805, Act 440, HJR 333, RS
The bridge across the Seaboard Coastline Railroad on AL-123 at Ozark, Dale County
123-23-16.1
(Local contractor, farmer, and civic leader)
THE CLIFF GUTHRIE HIGHWAY
Approved 4/30/86, Pg. 851, Act 466, HJR 123, RS
Portion of US-78 within the corporate limits of Carbon Hill, Alabama
(Former County Commissioner of Walker County)
THE JOSEPH WILSON SMITH BRIDGE
Approved 4/30/86, Pg. 1007, Act 515, SJR 365, RS
The Cottonton Bridge connecting AL-168 with Omaha, Georgia
208-57-.3
(Former Alabama Legislator)
THE CHARLES P. STORRS MEMORIAL PARKWAY
Approved 4/30/86, Pg. 1170, Act 583, HJR 418, RS
That portion of AL-14 from the Bibb Graves Bridge in Wetumpka to the point of intersection
with AL-143 in Elmore County
(Charles Paddock Storrs, World War I Veteran, honorable and dominant role in county and
state politics)
THE ELLIS TAYLOR HIGHWAY
Official Minutes of Alabama Highway Department 5/15/86
US-78, AL-4, AL-5, from the eastern city limits of Jasper to the western city limits of
Birmingham in Walker and Jefferson Counties (Industrial and coal pioneer)
THE ROBINSON SPRINGS ROAD
Approved 9/25/86, Pg. 64, Act 670, HJR 10, 1st SS
That portion of US-143 from Chapman Road to the intersection of said highway and AL-14
in Elmore County
(For Road Destination of Robinson Springs Community)
Note: See The Confederate Road

10/02/86

01/12/87

05/12/87

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05/27/87

06/16/87

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07/24/87

11/03/87

03/11/88

THE JOHN TEAGUE BRIDGE
Approved 10/2/86, Pg. 164, Act 729, SJR 92, 1st SS
The New River Bridge on US-280, AL-38 at Childersburg in Talladega and Shelby County
38-59-26.6A
(John Teague, State Legislator and President ProTem)
THE BUDDY MITCHELL BRIDGE
Official minutes of Alabama Highway Department 1/12/87
On US-29, AL-15, AL-41 over Murder Creek between East Brewton and Brewton in
Escambia County
(Assistant Finance Director and local member of Highway Authority)
15-27.3
THE S. RAY COAKER HIGHWAY
Approved 5/12/87, Pg. 60, Act 55, HJR 71, RS
Be it resolved, Washington County Highway No. One from Chatom to Fruitdale
(S. Ray Coaker served as public servant in Washington County for over 50 years, 32 years
as a member of the County Commission, 18 years as a member of the County Board of
Education; responsible for paving over 260 miles of road in his county as well as
constructing over 11,000 feet of bridges)
THE JACK L. DOZIER BRIDGE
Approved 5/12/87, Pg. 61, Act 56, HJR 72, RS
Bridge at AL-178 in the town of Fulton, Clarke County and heretofore known as the Bassett
Creek Bridge
178-13-1.8
(Jack L. Dozier, M.D., dedicated physician of Fulton)
THE JACK DUNN ROAD
Approved 5/27/87, Pg. 192, Act 138, HJR 115
Section of AL-223 in Pike County from 2.3 to 3.6 (Local Prominent Farmer and Civic
Leader)
THE RALPH H. FORD OVERPASS
Approved 6/16/87, Pg. 284, Act 197, SJR 13, RS
Overpass at AL-1, Memorial Parkway and AL-2, University Drive in Huntsville, Madison
County
2-45-11.1
(Ralph H. Ford, World War II Veteran, former attorney for Madison County)
THE MAX NEWMAN HIGHWAY
Approved 7/17/87, Pg. 572, Act 401, SJR 167, RS
Portion of AL-18 from the city limits of Vernon in Lamar County to the city limits of
Fayetteville in Fayette County (Representative in Al Legislature, Professional, Civic &
Community Leader, Military Veteran)
THE E. CRUM FOSHEE BRIDGES
Became Law 7/24/87, under section 125 of the Constitution of the State of Alabama
Pg. 1109, Act 623, HJR 445, RS
Bridges over the Conecuh River on US-29 in Escambia County
15-27-19.7, 20.1, 20.3, 20.8, 20.9, 21.2, 21.5
(E. Crum Foshee, Senator)
THE ROBERT E. "BOB" JONES, JR. HIGHWAY
Approved 11/3/87, US Congressional Act 100-152, HR 3325
Segment of Appalachian highway system known as Corridor V within the boundaries of the
State of Alabama
(30 Years of Outstanding Public Service in Congress)
THE FOLSOM-MCFARLAND HIGHWAY
Approved 3/11/88, Pg. 123, Act 14, SJR 67, RS
AL-69 from Coffeeville in Clarke County to Guntersville in Marshall County
(Former Governor Folsom 1947-51, 1955-59. Former Highway Director and State Docks

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04/28/88

05/13/88

07/06/88

09/13/88

09/13/88

09/13/88

09/13/88

09/27/88

10/06/88

03/09/89
04/06/89

Director McFarland.)
THE VIETNAM VETERANS MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 4/7/88, Pg. 312, Act 211, HJR 172, RS
Portions of AL-5 and AL-25 from West Blockton to County 10 in Bibb County
(Honor Vietnam War Veterans)
THE GEORGE SEIBELS HIGHWAY
Approved 4/28/88, Pg. 541, Act 362, HJR 397, RS
Portion of I-59 from Birmingham Civic Center to the eastern city limits of Birmingham in
Jefferson County
(Mayor of Birmingham and distinguished member of Alabama House of Representatives)
THE MOUND STATE PARKWAY
Approved 5/13/88, Pg. 999, Act 632, HJR 508, RS
Portion of AL-69 from intersection with Skyland Boulevard in Tuscaloosa in Tuscaloosa
County, to intersection with Hale County Road 46
(Mound State Monument, archaeological site)
THE CONGRESSMAN WILLIAM L. DICKINSON DRIVE
Approved 7/6/88, Official Minutes of Alabama Highway Department
Portion of AL-9 from Coliseum Boulevard to intersection of the Northern Bypass in
Montgomery, Montgomery County (AL--9 deleted from State system (Maintenance
assumed by City of Montgomery 7/89)
THE CLOWERS BRIDGE
Approved 9/13/88, Pg. 152, Act 746, H 129, 1st SS
On AL-167 over White Water Creek in Coffee County
16-167-27.3 (Pioneer Coffee County family)
THE CURETON BRIDGE
Approved 9/13/88, Pg. 171 and Pg. 183, Act 762 & 775, SJR 10 & 11, 1st SS
On AL-27 across the Choctawhatchee River in Henry County
34-27-2.8 (William Jackson Cureton, 1760-1832, constructed first bridge over the
Choctawhatchee River)
THE JUNIOR FONDREN BRIDGE
Approved 9/13/88, Pg. 164, Act 755, HJR 88, 1st SS
On AL-52 over Hurricane Creek in Geneva County
52-31-6.5 (Jessie Thompson Fondren, Jr.; prominent area farmer)
THE MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. HIGHWAY
Approved 9/13/88, Pg. 95, Act 704, HJR 43, 1st SS
Portion of AL-17 from US-80 north to I-20 & I-59 in Sumter County
(Religious and Civil Rights Leader)
THE JESSIE MCGILL DENSON BRIDGE
Approved 9/27/88, Pg. 363, Act 863, SJR 77, 1st SS
On US-280, AL-38 over Chattasofka Creek in Tallapoosa County
62-38-19.6 A & B (Local District Engineer)
THE RAY MOORE BRIDGE
Approved 10/6/88, Pg. 690, Act 966, HJR 31, 2nd SS
Approved 10/6/88, Pg. 700, Act 978, SJR 26, 2nd SS
Be it resolved, the concrete bridge located on the Warrior-Kimberly Road across the Locust
Fork of the Black Warrior River in Section 24, Township 14 South, Range 3 West, in
Jefferson County
(Mr. Ray Moore’s conscientious and dedicated service on the county commission to secure
its funding)
THE SOUTHSIDE BRIDGE
Approved 3/9/89, Pg. 99, Act 114, HJR 118, RS
The bridge which spans over the Coosa River and joins Rainbow City and Southside, on
AL-77 (For citizens of Southside and Rainbow City)
THE ROY SPIVEY BRIDGE
Approved 4/6/89, Pg. 269, Act 218, HJR 84, RS

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The new bridge on AL-98, at County Road 55, which spans the headwaters of the
Magnolia River and which is located at the west entrance of Pine Rest Memorial Park
(Civic Leader)
THE TAMMY WYNETTE HIGHWAY
Approved 4/6/89, Pg. 361, Act 247, SJR 70, RS
That portion of AL-24 in Franklin County, Alabama, from Belgreen, west through Red Bay,
and to the Mississippi state line
(Country music singer)
THE DESOTO CAVERNS PARKWAY
Approved 5/4/89, Pg. 1208, Act 608, HJR 341, RS
That portion of AL-76 in Talladega County from its point of intersection with US-280 at
Childersburg, east to intersection with AL-21 at the Town of Winterboro, Alabama
(For DeSoto Caverns)
THE CHILDREN’S HIGHWAY
Approved 5/11/89, Pg. 1550, Act 769, HJR 408, RS
That portion of AL-63 beginning at mile marker 26.23 south of Alexander City in Tallapoosa
County and continuing south to mile marker 12.56 at the point of intersection with AL-229
in Elmore County
(“Our Children's Home”, a non-profit organization; a home for dependent, neglected or
abused children)
THE CLYDE A. (POLLY) CLARK PARKWAY
Approved 5/11/89, Pg. 1454, Act 727, HJR 39, RS
That portion of US-78 within the corporate limits of Carbon Hill, Walker County, Alabama
(Walker County District Commissioner)
THE CHARLES W. DAVIS HIGHWAY
Approved 5/11/89, Pg. 1464, Act 737, HJR 401, RS
Approved 2/13/90, Pg. 88, Act 83, HJR 40, RS
(1989) That portion of AL-86 in Pickens County, from its point of intersection with US-82 at
Gordo, AL, to the corporate limits of Carrollton, AL
(1990) AL-86 in Pickens County, in its entirety
(First World War II recipient, from the State of Alabama, of the Medal of Honor)
THE PETE TURNHAM PARKWAY
Approved 1/30/90, Pg. 18, Act 15, HJR 23, RS
AL-77 in Chambers County
(State Legislator)
THE VETERANS DRIVE
Approved 2/13/90, Pg. 90, Act 84, HJR 78, RS
Portion of AL-35 in Jackson County from the north end of the “Robert E. Jones Bridge”
over the Tennessee River to Five Points in the City of Scottsboro
(For War Veterans)
THE SENATOR RICHARD C. SHELBY BRIDGE
Approved 2/21/90, Pg. 91, Act 87, SJR 54, RS
The new bridge located on US-43, spanning the Black Warrior River just north of
Demopolis at Marengo-Greene County line
(United States Senator)
THE MARTIN LUTHER KING PARKWAY
Approved 3/13/90, Pg. 135, Act 112, HJR 169, RS
Portion of US-431 and AL-1 from the intersection with Broad Street extension in a southerly
direction to the city limits of the City of Phenix City, Russell County
(Civil Rights Leader)
THE CECIL ROBERT RODGERS HIGHWAY
Approved 4/17/90, Pg. 577, Act 418, SJR 235, RS
The portion of AL-84 within the corporate limits of Clayhatchee in Dale County, Alabama
(Mayor of Clayhatchee)

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THE HOSEA O. WEAVER BRIDGE
Approved 4/30/91, Pg. 77, Act 62, HJR 9, RS
The overpass bridge of the ICG Railroad on US-98 in Semmes, Alabama, Mobile County
(Philanthropist and Civic Leader)
THE COCHRANE-AFRICATOWN U.S.A. BRIDGE
Approved 5/7/91, Pg. 102, Act 82, SJR 29, RS
Replacement bridge for the old Cochrane Bridge on AL-16/US-90 ALT on Bay Bridge Road
across Tensaw and Spanish Rivers between Mobile and Baldwin County.
(Tribute to the Legacy of Africatown, U.S.A.)
Note: See John T. Cochrane Bridge
THE MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. HIGHWAY
Approved 5/9/91, Pg. 118, Act 97, SJR 50, RS
Those portions of AL-14 in Perry and Greene Counties
(Religious and Civil Rights Leader)
THE W.C. HANDY MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 5/28/91, Pg. 187, Act 148, HJR 162, RS
The portion of US-72 in Alabama from Florence to the Mississippi state line
(Musician and Composer; “Father of the Blues”)
THE MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. PARKWAY
Approved 7/3/91, Pg. 383, Act 202, SJR 96, RS
That portion of US-431 and AL-1, from the city limits of Phenix City south along said
highway to State Mile Marker 112 in Russell County
(Religious and Civil Rights Leader)
THE LANDMARK HIGHWAY
Approved 7/16/91, Pg. 464, Act 239, HJR 327, RS
Portion of AL-165 in Russell County, Alabama, from Phenix City to the Barbour County
Line
(Request of Russell County Commission, Russell County Historical Commission, and the
Fort Mitchell Historical Society)
THE MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. HIGHWAY
Approved 7/18/91, Pg. 498, Act 266, SJR 129, RS
Those portions of AL-14 in Dallas, Perry, Hale and Greene Counties
(Religious and Civil Rights Leader)
THE MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. HIGHWAY
Approved 7/18/91, Pg. 498, Act 267, SJR 130, RS
The portion of AL-150 within the city limits of Bessemer, Alabama
(Religious and Civil Rights Leader)
THE FRED E. REYNOLDS BRIDGE
Approved 7/18/91, Pg. 487, Act 257, SJR 70, RS
The bridge on US-411 at Leesburg in Cherokee County
(World War II Hero-recipient of the Bronze Star Medal for valorous conduct)
THE LEWE FRANK SESSIONS BRIDGE
Approved 7/24/91, Pg. 767, Act 431, HJR 397, RS
The new bridge over Choctawhatchee River on the Bee Line Highway in Dale County (US231 and AL-53 in Dale County)
(Probate Judge and Banker)
THE VETERANS MEMORIAL PARKWAY
Approved 7/24/91, Pg. 766, Act 429, HJR 284, RS
That portion of AL-10, beginning at the intersection of College Street and continuing west
to I-65 in Greenville, Alabama
(Commemorating Veterans of Foreign Wars)
THE ANDREW JACKSON HARDEN BRIDGE
Approved 9/20/91, Pg. 140, Act 759, HJR 11, 1st SS
The bridge on US-84 spanning the Little Choctawhatchee River, at the Dale/Houston
County line

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(Pioneer family member of Dale County, prominent area citizen)
THE D. LAWRENCE HARRIS HIGHWAY
Approved 9/20/91, Pg. 155, Act 773, HJR 39, 1st SS
Portion of AL-52 within the corporate limits of the City of Slocomb, in Geneva County,
Alabama, from its easternmost boundaries to its westernmost boundaries
(Mayor of Slocomb, prominent civic and business leader)
THE COOSA RIVER PARKWAY
Approved 2/11/92, Pg. 24, Act 19, HJR 38, RS
The AL-14 Bypass in Elmore County from US-231 North in a westerly direction to the
"Charles P. Storrs Parkway,"
Elmore County
THE L.C. LAUDERDALE, SR. HIGHWAY
Approved 2/11/92, Pg. 11, Act 8, HJR 7, RS
AL-241, in its entirety, from US-278 in Marion County, North to the Franklin County line
(In honor and memory of)
THE MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. BOULEVARD
Approved 3/25/92, Pg. 248, Act 138, HJR 146, RS
That section of US-431 North, AL-1, beginning at the intersection of Reeves and North
Oates Streets and traveling north across the Ross Clark Circle to the intersection of Roney
Road and US-431 and ending at that point
(Religious and Civil Rights Leader)
THE OLD GLORY DRIVE
Approved 5/21/92, Pg. 1147, Act 539, HJR 260
That portion of US-280, AL-38, which lies within the city limits of Alexander City, Coosa
County
(Historic "Patriots Point" noted for the American Flag that flies there)
THE CHARLES S. WEEKS HIGHWAY
Approved 5/21/92, Pg. 1150, Act 542, HJR 340, RS
That portion of AL-95, from its point of intersection with US-84 East, south to the Florida
line in Houston County
(Prominent Houston County Commissioner)
THE TOM BEVILL HIGHWAY
Approved 2/16/93, Pg. 51, Act 19, HJR 60, RS
Upon completion, US-24, or corridor V, between Russellville in Franklin County and
Moulton in Lawrence County
(U.S. Congressman)
THE JAMES MCCROY MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 2/16/93, Pg. 52, Act 20, HJR 61, RS
AL-14, located in Pickens County from the Mississippi State line to the Greene County line
(George Washington's lifeguard and bodyguard)
THE ROBERT J. “MAC” MCALISTER BRIDGE
Approved 2/18/93, Pg. 76, Act 42, SJR 17, RS
Renamed the Uchee Creek Bridge on US-165, structure 165-57-0192, at milepost 25.52 in
Russell County
(Game Warden and Conservation Officer)
THE S.A. GRAHAM BOULEVARD
Approved 3/18/93, Pg. 185, Act 129, SJR 53, RS
That portion of AL-10 that lies within the city limits of Brundidge heretofore known as West
Troy Street
(Simmie Austin Graham, Pike County Commission 1969-1981, Probate Judge of Pike
County, and Vice President of the State Licensing Board for General Contractors)
THE VETERANS MEMORIAL DRIVE
Approved 4/13/93, Pg. 264, Act 175, SJR 56, RS
The portion of US-78 in the City of Adamsville, Jefferson County
(Honor Veterans of all wars)

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THE GEORGE D. SMITH BRIDGE
Approved 8/26/93, Pg. 114, Act 853, SJR 27, 1st SS
The bridge crossing the Coosa River in Chilton County on Chilton County Road 55,
between the Lay Dam and Mitchell Dam
(Community Activist)
THE FRANK P. “SKIPPY” WHITE BRIDGES
Approved 1/24/94, Pg. 29, Act 24, SJR 6, RS
New bridge or bridges over that portion of US-31 over the Little Escambia Creek, Escambia
County, Alabama
(Member of Alabama House of Representatives)
THE PERRY A. HAND BRIDGE
Approved 2/3/94, Pg. 61, Act 56, SJR 20, RS
The new US-46 bridge over the Tallapoosa River in Cleburne County
(Alabama Highway Director from Jan. 1991 to Feb. 1993)
THE CAPTAIN WILLIAM JAMES HUDSON MEMORIAL BRIDGE
Approved 02/3/94, Pg. 65, Act 59, SJR 25, RS
The new bridge which is located on US-31/AL-3, over the Tennessee River between
Morgan and Limestone Counties
(Merchant Marine Officer and Master of Steam and/or Motor Vessels)
THE HISTORIC TALLADEGA COLLEGE HIGHWAY
Approved 02/14/94, Pg. 99, Act 93, SJR 32, RS
The highway in Talladega County, now known as "Highway 77"
(Commemorating Talladega College, the oldest private historically black college in
Alabama)
THE CRUM FOSHEE HIGHWAY
Approved 2/25/94, Pg. 157, Act 123, HJR 135, RS
AL-55, commencing in Georgiana, Butler County, Alabama, and continuing to Andalusia,
Covington County, Alabama
(State Senator)
THE ROBERT BOYD SMALLWOOD, SR. BRIDGE
Approved 4/1/94, Pg. 517, Act 283, HJR 220, RS
The bridge spanning Chickasabogue Creek on US-43 in the city of Chickasaw
(Chickasaw, Alabama resident active in civic affairs)
THE STEPHANIE MARIE FRAZIER MEMORIAL BRIDGE
Approved 4/12/94, Pg. 712, Act 455, HJR 328, RS
The bridge on Conecuh County Road 22 crossing I-65 (the 100 mile marker)
THE GEORGE S. HOUSTON PARKWAY
Approved 04/12/94, Pg. 667, Act 411, SJR 126, RS
Both north and southbound lanes of the portion of US-431 from the north end of the
Veterans Memorial Bridges at Guntersville to the intersection of Snug Harbor Road
(Former Governor and significant figure in the history of Alabama)
THE MAGNOLIA TRAIL
Approved 4/12/94, Pg. 691, Act 433, HJR 354, RS
Portion of US-45 commencing from AL-158 in Mobile County to the Washington County
Line
THE VETERANS MEMORIAL BRIDGES
Approved 4/18/94, Pg. 923, Act 490, SJR 125, RS
Both the new replacement bridge and the northbound bridge on US-431, crossing the
Tennessee River at Guntersville, Alabama
(Honor of All Veterans)
THE G. KYSER LEONARD BRIDGE
Approved 5/4/94, Pg. 40, Act 758, HJR 63, SS
On AL-34 spanning the Coosa River in Talladega County
(House and Senate Representative, President ProTem of the Senate, Sheriff, Coroner,
Judge of Probate, and Chairman of the County Commission of Talladega County)

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THE JIMMY GRANT FREEMAN BYPASS
Approved 5/10/95, Pg. 70, Act 53, HJR 14, RS
Bypass of AL-275 at US-77 in Talladega County
(Victim of Vietnam War, recipient of Silver Star Medal, inductee into Military Hall of Honor
at Marion Military Institute)
THE HISTORIC THREE NOTCH TRAIL
Approved 05/10/95, Pg. 62, Act 46, HJR 45, RS
That portion of US-29, which begins at Escambia County/Covington County line, and
proceeds northeast through Andalusia to Heath and Covington County Road 43
THE JOHN ROBERTS PEAVEY BRIDGE
Approved 5/10/95, Pg. 53, Act 37, SJR 20, RS
Naming the new Dog River Bridge on AL-163 in Mobile County
(Civil Engineer instrumental in construction of bridge)
THE BEN ROGERS LEE BRIDGE
Approved 5/12/95, Pg. 110, Act 94, HJR 54, RS
Bridge over US-43 in Washington County south of rest area
(Ben Rogers Lee, famous turkey hunter)
THE VETERANS MEMORIAL BOULEVARD
Approved 5/12/95, Pg. 108, Act 92, HJR 65, RS
That portion of US-231 in Elmore County, beginning at the northern boundary line of the
Wetumpka city limits to the southern boundary line within the Wetumpka city limits
(In appreciation and gratitude of the Veterans of the Wetumpka community)
THE LOONEY’S TAVERN PARKWAY
Approved 5/16/95, Pg. 114, Act 100, RS
Amended 7/6/95, Pg. 549, Act 296, HJR 303, RS
Portion of US-278 that extends westward from I-65 in Cullman County to the Marion
County line
THE JOHN M. HARBERT FREEWAY
Approved 6/2/95, Pg. 204, Act 142, SJR 72, RS
I-459 encircling city of Birmingham in Jefferson County
(Prominent businessman and generous contributor to civic and charitable organizations)
THE HUGH BRYANT BYRD BRIDGE
Approved 6/22/95, Pg. 394, Act 230, HJR 227, RS
New bridge on County Road 379 in Lee County
(Local cotton and cattle farmer, cotton gin operator, and civic and community affairs leader
in community of Beulah-Lee County)
THE TRAIL OF TEARS CORRIDOR
Approved 7/13/95, Pg. 713, Act 346, SJR 135, RS
The following land areas north and south of the Tennessee River, and the river itself: The
Tennessee River from east to west in Alabama; the J.C.S. Hood Route which
encompasses Ross’s Landing to Waterloo. This route following US-72 (new and existing
routes) from the state line at Bridgeport to Scottsboro, Huntsville, and Athens to Florence
County and then on to Waterloo using AL-20 and Lauderdale 14; US-35 from east of
Scottsboro to Woodville; US-79 from four miles south of Guntersville to junction with US-72
at Scottsboro; I-565 through Huntsville to US-20 through Decatur then west to junction with
US-72 and continued to the Mississippi line; also Benge’s Route which encompasses the
Fort Payne area to Albertville on US-75, then northwest to Guntersville on US-431 through
Huntsville, then Road Number 53 to Ardmore; also from Fort Payne to Guntersville and
Road 50 from Fort Payne and US-227 to Guntersville, Cathedral Caverns Boulevard Road
Number 63 from US-431 to US-72 through Grant; I-65 from US-67 exit to Tennessee; the
Wetumpka Removal via Moulton to Tuscumbia, then by boat down to the Tennessee River.
AL-33 from Moulton to Courtland, then AL-20 and Alternate 72 to Tuscumbia passing
through Leighton on Old US-20; and from Guntersville via Decatur, Courtland, Tuscumbia,
and North Mississippi to Memphis. Alabama Road Numbers 69 and 67 from Guntersville to
Decatur, then AL-20 and Alternate 72 to Tuscumbia passing through Leighton on Old US-

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20, then west to Mississippi on US-72. (To commemorate the many Native Americans who
died and/or were removed to Indian Territory during The Indian Removal)
THE PORTION OF STATE HIGHWAY 9 NORTH OF WETUMPKA
Approved 7/27/95, Pg. 973, Act 471, HJR 397, RS
That portion of AL-9 North of Wetumpka in Elmore, Coosa, Clay, Cleburne, Calhoun and
Cherokee Counties designated a Scenic State Highway
THE D. MITCHELL SELF MEMORIAL DRIVE
Approved 1/29/96, Pg. 19, Act 16, SJR 20
Portion of AL-184 in Muscle Shoals from Woodward Avenue to Edison Avenue
THE EDDIE MARTIN PARKWAY
Approved 2/22/96, Pg. 143, Act 117, HJR 81
Approved 4/9/96, Pg. 343, Act 300, HJR 280
Portion of AL-174 in St. Clair County from AL-231 to AL-411
(Veteran stunt driver and racer, set world speed record for wrecker racing in 8/79)
THE THOMAS GUTHRIE BRIDGE
Approved 3/7/96, Pg. 193, Act 169-HJR 233
Bridge on US-82 over Pin Hook Creek, Bullock County
(Upstanding citizen of Simsville for 85 years)
THE RALPH W. SEARS MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 3/7/96, Pg. 189, Act 165, SJR 30
Portion of AL-119, between AL-25 and County Road 22 in Shelby County
(Long-time member of the City Council of Montevallo and Mayor of Montevallo)
THE REPRESENTATIVE SAM LETSON BRIDGE
Approved 3/25/96, Pg. 283, Act 255, SJR 42
On AL-157, formerly known as the Big Nance Creek Bridge
(Former member of the Alabama House of Representatives)
THE A.W. TODD HIGHWAY
Approved 3/25/96, Pg. 272, Act 243, HJR 268
Portion of US-43 from the Colbert/Franklin County line to the junction of US-43 & AL-5 &
AL-13, near Spruce Pine, Alabama
(Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries for three historic terms)
THE LYNNE T. OWENS BRIDGE
Approved 5/2/96, Pg. 464, Act 377, HJR 473
On Upshaw Road over Hurtsboro Creek in Russell County
(Upstanding citizen of Hurtsboro for 85 years)
THE PEARL HARBOR MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 5/6/96, Pg. 473, Act 386, SJR 105
That portion of I-10 located in the State of Alabama
(In memory of the men and women who fought during the attack on Pearl Harbor)
THE TOM DRAKE DRIVE
Approved 5/10/96, Pg. 552, Act 439, SJR 117
Newly created road from US-31 north in Cullman County to County Rd. 1371
(Member and former Speaker of the Alabama House of Representatives)
THE SARGEANT ROBERT L. FARRINGTON JR. MEMORIAL BRIDGE
Approved 5/28/96, Pg. 1193, Act 719, SJR 134
Bridge on AL-119 between AL-25 and AL-155 in Shelby County
(Distinguished and highly decorated U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. killed in the line of duty)
THE DON H. LOVELADY MEMORIAL BRIDGE
Approved 5/28/96, Pg. 1193, Act 720, SJR 135
Bridge on AL-155 between AL-25 and AL-119 in the town of Montevallo
(Former president of Montevallo Chamber of Commerce, local business leader and store
operator)
THE ROBERT EARL MARTIN BRIDGE
Approved 5/28/96, Pg. 1191, Act 717, SJR 132
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THE DONALD G. HOLMES BYPASS
Approved 07/24/96, Pg. 1642, Act 834, HJR 13, SS
Anniston Western By-Pass from the I-20 exit to existing AL-202
(Former member of the House of Representatives and Senate, distinguished leader of the
Anniston/Calhoun Co. area instrumental in the implementation and development of the
Anniston Western By-Pass)
THE TROOPER WILLIS V. MOORE HIGHWAY
Approved 2/14/97, Pg. 40, Act 30, SJR 23, RS
The portion of AL-255 in Madison County (also currently known as Rideout Road)
(In the memory of Trooper Willis V. Moore, deceased)
THE CARL WILLIAMS BRIDGE
Approved 2/14/97, Pg. 30, Act 19, HJR 24, RS
The newly constructed Moffet Road Bridge at University Boulevard in Mobile, Mobile
County
(Integral part of the road building industry in Mobile over the past 40 years)
THE VISIONLAND FREEWAY
Approved 3/5/97, Pg. 141, Act 104, SJR 48, RS
That the portion of I-59 going West from Birmingham City Limits to the interchange of I-459
and I-20, in Jefferson County
THE PURPLE HEART VETERANS’ OVERPASS
Approved 4/11/97, Pg. 274, Act 179, HJR 105, RS
Oakwood Avenue Overpass on US-231 and US-431 in Huntsville, Alabama, also known as
the North Memorial Parkway, Madison County
(In honor of Veterans)
THE HANK WILLIAMS MEMORIAL LOST HIGHWAY
Approved 4/23/97, Pg. 383, Act 231, HJR 167, RS
The portion of I-65 running from the southern-most city limits of the City of Millbrook to the
city limits of Georgiana
(Country music singer and composer)
THE HENRY E. HAMILTON BRIDGE
Approved 5/7/97, Pg. 552, Act 322, HJR 419, RS
The new bridge on US-72 over Elk River at Limestone County and Lauderdale County
(In honor and memory of Henry E. Hamilton, late brother of Representative James H.
Hamilton)
THE UNIVERSITY OF WEST ALABAMA HIGHWAY
Approved 5/7/97, Pg. 538, Act 310, HJR 335, RS
The portion of AL-11 in Sumter County (currently known as Livingston University Highway)
beginning in Cuba, Alabama, and ending at the Sumter-Greene County line
(University of West Alabama in Sumter County)
THE JACK HANKINS HIGHWAY
Approved 5/8/97, Pg. 569, Act 341, HJR 151, RS
US-17 in Lamar County from Vernon to Sulligent
(Former House of Representatives member)
THE RABBY MEMORIAL BRIDGE
Approved 5/8/97, Pg. 568, Act 340, HJR 126, RS
The bridge over Coden Bayou on US-188, Mobile, Mobile County
(Prominent local business leader)
THE A.W. TODD HIGHWAY
Approved 5/8/97, Pg. 567, Act 339, HJR 99, RS
Portion of US-43 from Alabama House District Number 18, North Part) to the junction of
US-43 and AL- 5 and AL-13, near Spruce Pine, Alabama, Franklin County
(Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries for three historic terms)

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Official Minutes of the Alabama Department of Transportation, 11/14/97
On US-431 from the north end of George S. Houston Parkway at AL-79 to the south city
limits of Owens Crossroads, located in Madison and Marshall Counties.
(Contractor; longtime chairman of Alabama Contractors Licensing Board)
THE JEFF DOLBARE PUBLIC BOAT RAMP
Approved 2/9/98, Pg. 101, Act 84, HJR 75, RS
The boat ramp on the Tombigbee River at McIntosh, Alabama
(State Representative)
THE WALTER OWENS BRIDGE
Approved 2/17/98, Pg. 125, Act 103, HJR 91, RS
Bridge over Cahaba River on US-82 in Bibb County
THE DAVID MORROW HIGHWAY
Approved 3/10/98, Pg. 208, Act 136, HJR 80, RS
The section of AL-24, from the intersection of AL-43 and AL-24, approximately Milepost 26,
to AL-24 Milepost 18, Franklin County
THE JAMES S. “JIMMY” CLARK HIGHWAY
Approved 3/17/98, Pg. 294, Act 188, HJR 102, RS
US-431 south of Phenix City to the Barbour County line
(Former member of the Alabama Senate and House of Representatives; present Speaker
of the House)
THE BOBBY CROW MOTORWAY
Approved 3/23/98, Pg. 377, Act 228, HJR 95, RS
AL-202 in Calhoun County from Coldwater Pump Road to US-78
(Former House of Representatives member)
THE ROBERT HUGH KIRKSEY BRIDGE
Approved 3/25/98, Pg. 382, Act 232, HJR 128, RS
Bridge on US-86 that crosses the Tombigbee River in Pickens County
THE MEMORIAL PARKWAY
Approved 3/25/98, Pg. 382, Act 234, HJR 133, RS
East-west portion of AL-17 in Aliceville, Alabama, from the intersection at 9th street through
the city, Pickens County
THE G. M. “MACK” ROBERTS HIGHWAY
Approved 5/1/98, Pg. 927, Act 485, HJR 461, RS and Order signed by Mr. Jimmy Butts, in
the Office of the Alabama Department of Transportation at Montgomery.
US-411 from Leesburg to Gadsden, Etowah County [U.S. 411 (AL-25) from U.S. 278 in the
City of Gadsden in Etowah County northeasterly to end at the town of Leesburg, in
Cherokee County]
(In recognition of service to the Alabama Department of Transportation, Associated
General Contractors, American Road and Transportation Builders of America, International
Pavement Research Committee, and Tennessee-Tombigbee Water Development
Authority, as well as his role in the construction of Emerald Mountain Toll Bridge)
THE ADMIRAL ALAN B. SHEPHARD, JR. HIGHWAY
Resolution dated 10/21/98 signed by Jimmy Butts, Transportation Director
Entire portion of I-565 in Madison County, Alabama
(One of the first men launched into space and the only man to ever be launched into space
aboard two different rockets)
THE LIEUTENANT COLONEL MICHAEL B. SULLIVAN HIGHWAY
Resolution dated 12/2/98 signed by Jimmy Butts, Transportation Director
Portion of AL-170 from its intersection with AL-14 in Wetumpka northeasterly to its
intersection with AL-63 in Eclectic, known as Old Georgia Road, in Elmore County
THE LIEUTENANT COLONEL MICHAEL B. SULLIVAN HIGHWAY
Approved 12/15/98, Executive Order Number 52 by Governor Fob James
The Governor does hereby direct the State Director of the Dept. of Transportation to
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THE A.J. BLAKE MEMORIAL BRIDGE
Approved 4/19/99, Pg. 46, Act 30, SJR 10, RS
The bridge on Highway 231 in Pell City, Alabama
(Member of Alabama House of Representatives for many years, last serving from 19861990)
THE COACH JACK STEWART MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 4/19/99, Pg. 43, Act 27, SJR 8, RS
Highway 48 from the intersection of Highway 9 in Lineville to the Tallapoosa River Bridge in
Randolph County
(In honor of the late Jackson Braswell “Jack” Stewart, former Lineville High School and
Saks High School football coach)
THE WIGGINS CHILDREN MEMORIAL BRIDGE
Approved 4/19/99, Pg. 58, Act 42, HJR 20, RS
The bridge at the 50.1 mile marker on Highway 84 over the Southern Railroad and Bassett
Creek in the Whatley area of Clarke County
(Permanent memorial for three children who were killed in an automobile accident by a
drunk driver)
THE FRANK WILLIAM BOYKIN HIGHWAY
Approved 4/27/99, Pg. 145, Act 120, HJR 255, RS
The portion of Highway 43 from Interstate 65 in Mobile County to the Washington County
line
(Deceased former member of the United States House of Representatives)
THE JOE FORD EXPRESSWAY
Approved 4/27/99, Pg. 165, Act 140, HJR 249, RS
Interstate 759 off of Interstate 59
(No specifics listed)
THE MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 4/27/99, Pg. 165, Act 141, HJR 228, RS
The portion of Highway 134 East from the intersection of the Highway 84 Bypass to the
Enterprise City Limits
(Religious and Civil Rights Leader)
THE LEWIS G. SPRATT HIGHWAY
Approved 5/11/99, Pg. 217, Act 185, HJR 156, RS
The portion of U.S. Highway 31 in the Birmingham area that commences at the
Birmingham city limits at Fultondale and ends at Finley Avenue
(House of Representative, District 59, for 15 years – 1983-1998)
THE LOWELL BARRON HIGHWAY
Resolution by DOT, 05/19/99, Issued by Mr. G. M. Roberts, Transportation Director
AL-35 from the junction of the Jackson/DeKalb county line southeasterly vie Powell,
Rainsville, and Pine Ridge to end at the junction of the Fort Payne City Limits in DeKalb
County
THE BOB HARVEY HIGHWAY
Approved 5/20/99, Pg. ___, Act 207, SJR 60, RS
Portion of US-75 from the Oneonta City Limits to the Blount-Jefferson County line
(Member of Alabama House of Representatives from 1978-1994)
THE R.L. SHIRLEY HIGHWAY
Approved 5/28/99, Pg. 364, Act 279, HJR 339, RS
The portion of Highway 195 from Marion County through Winston County to the Walker
County line
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THE R. R. “BUD” JOHNSON BRIDGE
Approved 6/3/99, Pg. 473, Act 340, HJR 50, RS
The Bridge on Covington County Road 77 and Crenshaw County Road 77
(No specifics listed)
THE COLONEL WILLIAM R. LAWLEY MEMORIAL BRIDGE
Approved 6/9/99, Pg. 651, Act 394, SJR 97, RS
The Highway 231 Bridge over the Tallapoosa River at the Montgomery-Elmore County line
(Deceased retired member of the USAF, recipient of a Medal of Honor)
THE DON TIDWELL BRIDGE
Approved 6/18/99, Pg. 1054, Act 455, HJR 77, RS
The bridge on Alabama Highway 13 near the Town of Bear Creek
(A Bear Creek native)
THE AMERICAN VETERANS HIGHWAY
Approved 11/23/99, Pg. 22, Act 612, HJR 12, 2nd SS
The portion of U.S. 31 beginning at the City of Fultondale and ending at the City of
Gardendale, Jefferson County
(In honor of United States Veterans)
THE ERWIN, LAWLEY, AND MCLAUGHLIN MEDAL OF HONOR HIGHWAY
Approved 11/23/99, Pg. 27, Act 618, HJR 26, 2nd SS
Highway 119 through Shelby County
(Citizens of Shelby County, all of whom have been recipients of the prestigious Medal of
Honor)
THE ALDRICH GUNN, JR. HIGHWAY
Approved 11/23/99, Pg. 22, Act 611, HJR 11, 2nd SS
The portion of U.S. 79 from the intersection of 10th Avenue and 40th Street North and
ending at the city of Tarrant, Jefferson County
(In honor of the contributions made to the community by Mr. Gunn)
THE DONALD R. STALLWORTH, SR. BRIDGE
Approved 11/23/99, Pg. 23, Act 613, HJR 13, 2nd SS
The bridge over Pine Barren Creek on Highway 45 near Vinegar Bend, Alabama
(Washington Co.)
(No specifics listed)
THE JOHN HAWKINS PARKWAY
Approved 11/23/99, Pg. 15, Act 605, HJR 5, 2nd SS
Approved 11/23/99, Pg. 35, Act 624, SJR 2, 2nd SS
A portion of Highway 150 between Highway 31 and South Shades Crest Road, Jefferson
County
(Member of Alabama Legislature for more than 25 years)
THE VIETNAM WAR MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
(By order of Mr. G. M. Roberts, Transportation Director, dated 12/7/99)
Portion of I-10 in Mobile and Baldwin Counties from the Mississippi state line in Mobile
County easterly to end at the Florida state line in Baldwin County
THE FLOYD DALE CAMERON MEMORIAL ROAD
Approved 2/9/00, Pg. 11, Act 1, SJR 14, RS and Order signed 2/14/00 by Mr. G. M.
Roberts, in the Office of the Alabama Department of Transportation at Montgomery.
Portion of AL-14, running both east and west, beginning easterly at that point where AL-14
East enters Macon County and ending at that point of AL-14 East at which the city limits of
Notasulga, Alabama commence; and beginning westerly at that point where AL-14 West
departs the city limits of Notosulga, Alabama and ending at that point which AL-14 West
enters Tallapoosa County
(in memory of Floyd Dale Cameron who was awarded the Purple Heart and given a full
military burial with all appropriate honors and the only soldier of Macon County to give his
life for his country in the Korean War.)

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THE MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. HIGHWAY
Approved 2/11/00, Pg. 21, Act 10, HJR 28, RS
Portion of AL-111 that begins at the current line of Wetumpka City Council District No. 2
and extends to the Coosa River Parkway
(Religious and Civil Rights Leader)
THE DUGGAR MOUNTAIN SCENIC DRIVE
Approved 2/14/00, Pg. 31, Act 18, HJR 12, RS and Ordered in the Office of the Alabama
Department of Transportation at Montgomery by Mr. G. M. Roberts, Transportation Director
2/23/00
Portion of AL-9 from milepost 234 north to the Chief Ladiga Rail Trail in the City of
Piedmont, Alabama
(Scenic drive)
THE DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 2/22/00, Pg. 80, Act 63, SJR 21, RS
Portion of US-82 from Riverside Drive to the intersection of US-431 in Eufaula, Alabama
(Religious and Civil Rights Leader)
THE DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 2/22/00, Pg. 83, Act 65, HJR 68, RS
Portion of US-82 from Riverside Drive to the intersection of US-431 in Eufaula, Alabama
(Religious and Civil Rights Leader)
THE INTERNATIONAL VOTING RIGHTS TRAIL
Approved 3/3/00, Pg. 117, Act 98, SB 247, RS
Portions of US-80 from Tuskegee to Montgomery to Selma and AL-14 from Selma to
Marion
(To create the International Voting Rights Trail Commission)
THE BARBOUR COUNTY GOVERNOR’S TRAIL
Approved 3/24/00, Pg. 254, Act 187, HJR 151, RS
From Clio, AL. on AL-51, north on AL-51 to Clayton, to the intersection of AL-239, then
east on AL-239 to AL-198, then east on AL-198 to AL-30, then east on AL-30 to US-431,
then north on US-431 to Eufaula
(Designated scenic route for Barbour County Governor’s Trail)
THE SCENIC HIGHWAY
Approved 3/24/00, Pg. 265, Act 197, HJR 193, RS
Portion of US-80 from Montgomery, Alabama to Tuskegee, Alabama
(Compliance with Federal Scenic Highway Program pursuant to 23 USC §101)
THE F. P. “SKIPPY” WHITE BRIDGES
Approved 3/24/00, Pg. 227, Act 162, SJR 76, RS
Bridge over Big Escambia Creek located at US-29 and US-31
(In honor of Alabama House of Representative)
THE VETERANS MEMORIAL DRIVE
Approved 4/13/00, Pg. 364, Act 229, SJR 91, RS
AL-9 from I-20 to the intersection of US-78 in Heflin, Alabama, Cleburne County
(In honor and appreciation of the men and women who have served our great country with
valor, honor, and distinction as members of the Armed Services)
THE APPALACHIAN HIGHLANDS SCENIC BYWAY
Approved 4/25/00, Pg. 393, Act 249, HJR 334, RS
Starting on AL-35 at I-59, going in a southerly direction to Blanche, AL., southerly on AL273 to AL-68, southerly on AL-68 to US-411, easterly to AL-9, southerly on AL-9 to I-20
(Citizens enjoyment traversing on a roadway which begins at our highest mountain and
extends to our deepest gorge)
THE LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN PARKWAY
Approved 4/25/00, Pg. 389, Act 245, HJR 98, RS
Beginning at Noccalula Falls Park where Etowah County Route 89 intersects AL-211,
thence northeasterly along said Route 89 to Cherokee County line where said roadway
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intersection with AL-68 and its juncture with AL-176 (Dekalb County Route 89); thence
continue northeasterly along said AL-176 into Dekalb County to Dogtown where said
highway deflects southeasterly to Little River Canyon; thence continue northeasterly along
Dekalb Route 89 to its intersection with AL-117 in Historic Downtown Mentone; thence
southeasterly along said AL-117 to the Georgia State Line
(For the use and enjoyment of its citizens and for the attraction of visitors from across the
nation and around the world)
THE VETERANS’ MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 4/25/00, Pg. 389, Act 244, HJR 58, RS
Portion of Greenhill Blvd. (US-11 North) in Ft. Payne, Alabama from the north “Y” at the
intersection of US-11 and Valley Head Rd. to the northern-most city limits
(In honor of the great service and sacrifices of this nation’s veterans)
THE KOREAN WAR MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 5/15/00, Pg. 971, Act 525, HJR 402, RS
Beginning at its intersection with I-459 in Birmingham, Alabama and continuing on to the
Georgia state line, I-59, which passes through Colonel Mize’s hometown of Gadsden,
Alabama
(In honor of Colonel Mize and all Alabamians who served in that noble endeavor)
THE KOREA WAR MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Order signed 6/29/00 by Mr. G. M. Roberts in the Office of the Alabama Department of
Transportation at Montgomery is as follows: from the Birmingham in Jefferson County
easterly to end at the Georgia State Line
(See “The Medal of Honor Highway”)
THE JACK BIDDLE HIGHWAY
Approved 2/20/01, Pg. 23, Act 7, SJR 3, RS
The portion of US-31 in Jefferson County extending from the southern boundary of the city
of Gardendale north to the Blount/Jefferson County line
(In appreciation of Jack Biddle’s exemplary service to the people of Senate District 17 and
to the State of Alabama)
THE EARL T. SHINHOSTER MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 2/20/01, Pg. 36, Act 20, SJR 19, RS
The portion of I-85 between Tallahassee, Alabama, and Shorter, Alabama
(A nationally known civil rights leader & former Acting Executive Director & CEO of the
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People)
THE NELSON STARKEY RIVERS BRIDGE
Approved 2/20/01, Pg. 30, Act 13, SJR 9, RS
The bridge in the City of Florence that is located on Waterloo Road and crossed Cypress
Creek
(For the exemplary service to the people of House District 1 and the State of Alabama)
THE VETERANS MEMORIAL DRIVE
Approve 2/20/01, Pg. 26, Act 9, SJR 5, RS
The stretch of AL-411 in Cherokee County from Leesburg to the intersection of James
Chestnut Drive in Centre, Alabama
(To honor the countless men and women of the Armed Forces, who served with valor and
distinction, and who provided unexcelled service and made incalculable sacrifices and
contributions to make the Armed Forces the powerful force it is today)
THE VETERANS PARKWAY
Approved 2/20/01, Pg. 31, Act 14, SJR 10, RS
To construct an interstate type highway that stretches from US-72 alternate in Lawrence
County to AL-67 in Morgan County
(To honor those Americans who have so honorably served this country in its military)
THE ANNEMARIE DIXON MEMORIAL BRIDGE
Approved 2/22/01, Pg. 48, Act 30, HJR 21, RS
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THE RUDY ABBOTT HIGHWAY
Approved 3/12/01, Pg. 95, Act 71, SJR 34, RS
The portion of AL-204 between US-431 and AL-21, which runs in front of the Jacksonville
State University Baseball Complex
(In honor and appreciation of 32 yrs. of coaching JSU baseball)
THE EARL T. SHINHOSTER MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 3/12/01, Pg. 115, Act 93, HJR 93, RS
The portion of I-85 between Tallahassee, Alabama, and Shorter, Alabama
(A nationally known civil rights leader & former Acting Executive Director & CEO of the
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People)
THE MOSE JONES, JR. BRIDGE
Approved 3/27/01, Pg. 199, Act 173, HJR 249, RS
The bridge replacement over Big Nance Creek on Lawrence County Road 314 at Red
Bank
THE JOSEPH WHEELER SEWELL HIGHWAY
Approved 4/2/01, Pg. 250, Act 219, HJR 287, RS
A section of US-231 from just north of Wallsboro, north to the Elmore and Coosa County
line
(Former Univ. of AL head baseball coach recognized for his involvement in leadership and
support of numerous civic, professional, and service organizations)
THE WILLIAM BILES MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 5/18/01, Pg. 1191, Act 606, HJR 268, RS
The portion of AL-67 from the city limits of Priceville to the Morgan County line
(In tribute to his extraordinary courage in the line of duty)
THE KOREAN WAR MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 5/18/01, Pg. 1218, Act 629, SJR 153, RS
Beginning with the intersection of I-459 in Birmingham and continuing to the Georgia State
line on I-59
(In honor of Chief Warrant Officer Harold E. Wilson, an outstanding patriot, and all
Alabamians who served during the Korean War)
THE WILLIAM S. “BILLY” NEWELL HIGHWAY
Approved 5/29/01, Pg. 1421, Act 683, HJR 684, RS
The section of I-65 between mile markers 186 and 192
(In recognition of Mr. Newell’s construction of many outstanding highway projects in the
State of Alabama)
THE CHARLIE FRANCIS CARTER, JR. HIGHWAY
Approved 9/6/01, Pg. 565, Act 763, SJR 4, 3rd SS
AL-123 between Ozark and Ariton
(in sincere appreciation and admiration of the dedicated and committed service of the late
Charlie Francis Carter, Jr.)
THE CHARLIE FRANCIS CARTER, JR. HIGHWAY
Approved 9/13/01, Pg. 645, Act 840, HJR 53,3rd SS
AL-123 between Ozark and Ariton
(in sincere appreciation and admiration of the dedicated and committed service of the late
Charlie Francis Carter, Jr.)
THE LARRY H. KEENER BRIDGE
Approved 9/13/01, Pg. 646, Act 841, HJR 54,3rd SS
The bridge over the Coosa River on I-759 in Etowah County
(In honor of Larry H. Keener, our friend and colleague in the Alabama Senate, who was
instrumental in obtaining funding for this bridge)
THE SCOTT BRIDGE
Approved 9/13/01, Pg. 646, Act 842, HJR 73,3rd SS
The bridge over Big Bear Creek on AL-187 in Franklin County
THE CHANTILLY PARKWAY
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ramp of I-85 and AL-80 in Montgomery County and proceeding south-southeast for 2.8
miles, intersecting the existing AL-110 to include the proposed eastern extension of AL-110
on the current right of way intersecting Montgomery County Road 85, including the road
formerly named Ryan Road
THE KAYLA MANLEY BRIDGE
Approved 12/18/01, Pg. 991, Act 1017, SJR 13,4th SS
The 1st small bridge north of Linden, Alabama, on US-43 near mile marker 121
(In honor of Kayla Manley, who was killed in that location at the young age of eight years
old on March 1, 2001)
THE VETERANS MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 12/18/01, Pg. 992, Act 1018, SJR 14,4th SS
The stretch of US-9 in Clay County from the intersections of US-9 and AL-77 in Ashland to
the intersections of US-9 and AL-49 in Lineville, Alabama, Clay County
(In honor of the countless men and women of the Armed Forces)
THE JOHNNY MICHEAL SPANN HIGHWAY
Approved 12/19/01, Pg. 1018, Act 1043, SJR 21,4th SS
The portion of AL-129 from Corridor-X to US-78 in Winfield, Marion County, Alabama
(In recognition of Johnny Michael Spann’s honorable service and sacrifice as a Paramilitary
Trooper within the CIA’s Directorate of Operations)
THE PETE BURNS PARKWAY
Approved 12/21/01, Pg. 1078, Act 1069, HJR 89,4th SS
The portion of the new four-lane highway on AL-77 beginning at the south end of Southside
Bridge and continuing south into Southside, Alabama
(In recognition and honor of the efforts and contributions of the late Pete Burns)
THE OPP VETERANS’ MEMORIAL PARKWAY
Approved 1/17/02, Pg. 12, Act 4, HJR 11, RS
We hereby re-designate the US-331 bypass that circles the east side of Opp, Alabama,
beginning at Cooks’ Bridge and ending at US-331 south
(So that all citizens may be often reminded of the services and sacrifices of our veterans)
THE 31ST INFANTRY DIVISION MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 1/22/02, Pg. 21, Act 12, SJR 4, RS
That portion of US-31 located within Alabama
(In order to commemorate those persons who served in the 31st Infantry Division in
defense of our country)
THE LIEUTENANT JULE CARNES MITCHELL, JR. HIGHWAY
Approved 1/25/02, Pg. 69, Act 48, SJR 16, RS
The portion of US-431 in Russell County, Alabama, from Pittsview to Glenville
(In honor of Lt. Jules Carnes Mitchell, Jr. who served in the 7th Fighter Command of the
Army Air Corps and was killed in action on July 15, 1945)
THE ROBERT T. CUNNINGHAM, SR. DAUPHIN ISLAND PARKWAY
Order signed on 02/13/02, by Mr. Paul Bowlin, in the Office of the Alabama Department of
Transportation at Montgomery is as follows: In order to place on the State Highway system
the revised realignment of the State Route 193 in Mobile County, Alabama State Route
193 is hereby described as above. (From a point on Dauphin Island apprx. 0.6 miles south
of the Dauphin Island Bridge, just north of Desoto Avenue, northerly across Dauphin Island
Bridge via Alabama Point and Mon Louis Island to end at the junction of Alabama 16 (U.S.
90) near Tillman’s Corner
THE HEROES’ HIGHWAY
Approved 3/7/02, Pg. 342, Act 125, SJR 63, RS
I-65 from Mobile, Alabama, to the Tennessee state line
(In honor of all this nation’s military and civilian heroes, who served in time of war
defending the freedoms of this country)

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THE W.J. LEE, JR. HIGHWAY
Approved 3/7/02, Pg. 330, Act 115, HJR 90, RS
A two and a half mile section of AL-101, which runs directly in front of the home place of W.
J. Lee, Jr.
(In recognition of W. J. Lee, Jr.’s many years of faithful service as County Commissioner,
member of the Legislature of Alabama, Probate Judge and County Commission Chairman)
THE JOHN P. BEASLEY HIGHWAY
Approved 4/11/02, Pg. 597, Act 285, HJR 384, RS
AL-52 from Dothan to the Georgia state line
(In honor of former Alabama House of Representatives John P. Beasley)
THE ELIZABETH DOSTER & GEORGE P. WALTHALL HIGHWAY
Approved 4/11/02, Pg. 603, Act 290, HJR 212, RS
The portion of US-82 in Autauga County, from the intersection of US-82 & US-31 to the
intersection of US-82 & AL-14
(To commemorate the spirit embedded in their participation and involvement in Autauga
County heritage in a permanent and tangible manner)
THE GEORGE P. WALTHALL & ELIZABETH DOSTER HIGHWAY
Approved 4/11/02, Pg. 603, Act 290, HJR 212, RS
The portion of US-82 in Autauga County, from the intersection of US-82 & US-31 to the
intersection of US-82 & AL-14
(To commemorate the spirit embedded in their participation and involvement in Autauga
County heritage in a permanent and tangible manner)
THE REPRESENTATIVE THOMAS E. HOGAN PARKWAY
Approved 4/12/02, Pg. 837, Act 300, HJR 146, RS
The portion of AL-69 extending from the Walker County-Cullman County line to US-78 in
the city of Jasper
(In recognition of the admiration and respect Rep. Thomas E. Hogan has earned
throughout his lifetime from his family and from those he has associated within his careers
and in his community)
THE TIM DISON MEMORIAL BRIDGE
Approved 4/16/02, Pg. 889, Act 322, HJR 406, RS
The newly constructed bridge at the Junction of I-65 and I-59
(In memory of Tim Dison, a truck driver, who died at this location)
THE TROOPER BRIAN KEITH NICHOLS MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 4/16/02, Pg. 883, Act 316, HJR 353, RS
The portion of AL-56 from the city limits of Chatom to the city limits of Wagarville
(To forever memorialize the positive civic and Christian example that was Trooper Nichols)
THE H. GRADY NORRELL BRIDGE
Approved 4/16/02, Pg. 882, Act 315, HJR 322, RS
The railroad-overpass bridge on AL-106 between I-65 and US-31 in Georgiana
(In recognition of H. Grady Norrell for his contributions to the State of Alabama and to his
fellow citizens and in celebration of his 80th birthday on 1/28/02)
THE JIM BENNETT BRIDGE
Approved 4/24/02, Pg. 1228, Act 476, SJR 118, RS
The bridge over US-31 at Brookwood Medical Center in Homewood, Alabama
(I honor of Alabama’s retiring Secretary of State and longtime Homewood resident)
THE POLLARD MILL BRIDGE
Approved 4/24/02, Pg. 1240, Act 489, HJR 578, RS
The new bridge being built over Hurricane Creek in Geneva County, on AL-123 north of
Hartford, Alabama
(The Pollard Mill is well known and considered the premium corn mill of the area; of the
three corn mills that existed in the area, Pollard Mill is the only one in existence)
THE PAUL BRYANT BLACK WARRIOR RIVER BRIDGE
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THE CLYDE MABRY BRIDGE
Order signed 1/14/03 by Mr. Paul Bowling, in the Office of the Alabama Department of
Transportation at Montgomery is as follows: on State Route 3 (U.S. 31) over I-65 three
miles north of U.S. 72 in Limestone County
THE RICHARD SHELBY NAHEOLA RIVER BRIDGE
Order signed on 01/14/03, by Mr. Paul Bowlin in the Office of the Alabama Department of
Transportation at Montgomery is as follows: to name a bridge on State Route 114 between
Marengo and Choctaw Counties near the town of Naheola
THE CHILDERSBURG VETERANS MEMORIAL BRIDGE
Approved 3/13/03, Pg. 53, Act 29, SJR 8, RS
The south bound lane of the bridge (west side of US-280) entering Talladega County from
Shelby County on US-280 in Childersburg, Alabama
(To honor the countless men and women of the Armed Forces who served with valor and
distinction, who provided unexcelled service, and who made incalculable sacrifices and
contributions to make the Armed Forces the powerful force it is today.)
THE DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. HIGHWAY
Approved 6/17/03, Pg. 599, Act 245, HJR 158, RS
A portion of the northern bypass in Huntsville, Alabama, also known as an extension of
Research Park Blvd. from its intersection with Jordan Lane, also known as AL-53, to its
intersection with Pulaski Pike, to be renamed in honor of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
(Civil Rights Leader)
THE GEORGE LEWIS BONNER BRIDGE
Approved 9/29/03, Pg. 1442, Act 446, HJR 10, 2nd SS
The U.S. 82 highway bridge over Lubbub Creek in the City limits of Reform, Alabama
(In memory of a senior at Pickens Co. High School who accidentally died during icy
conditions on the bridge on January 8, 1971)
THE MARTIN LUTHER KING BYBASS
Approved 9/29/03, Pg. 1438, Act 442, HJR 19, 2nd SS
AL-21 bypass in the city of Monroeville (Civil Rights Leader)
THE J.E. TURNER MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 9/29/03, Pg. 1444, Act 449, HJR 56, 2nd SS
AL-45 in Mobile County from Gulf Coast Road North to the Mississippi state line
(In honor of the late Representative J. E. Turner who faithfully and ably served the citizens
of House District 102 and the State of Alabama for six consecutive terms)
THE BETTY AND ASA GREEN HIGHWAY
Approved 10/29/03, Executive Order Number 13 by Governor Bob Riley
The Governor does hereby direct the State Director of the Department of Transportation, to
designate the ten mile stretch of State Highway 28 running from Coatopa into the City of
Livingston
THE LIEUTENANT COLONEL EDWARD ELLIS HIGHWAY
Approved 2/18/04, Pg. 20, Act 13, HJR 9, RS
A section of Alabama Highway 14 from the intersection of Alabama Highway 63 from
Claud, east to the intersection of Elmore County Road 181 be named
(With highest commendation and congratulations; retired with four air medals)
THE JOHN MIZELL BRIDGE
Approved 2/18/04, Pg. 19 Act 12, HJR 7, RS
The bridge over the Boggey Branch on Wilmer Road in Wilmer, Alabama, be named the
John Mizell Bridge; with great pride and honor
THE ST. CLAIR COUNTY SCENIC BYWAY
Approved 3/9/04, Pg. 57, Act 43, SJR 24, RS / Approved 3/16/04, Pg. 61, Act 46, HJR 8,
RS
At a point beginning 0.6 miles from Exit 154 of I-59 at the intersection of U.S. Highway 11
and State Highway 174, proceed north on U.S. 11 through historic Springville for 2.6 miles;
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return to U.S. Highway 11; then proceed left 1.6 miles to Whitney Junction at the
intersection of U.S. Highway 11 and U.S. Highway 231
THE CLYDE D. CAMERON HIGHWAY
Approved 3/16/04, Pg. 62, Act 47, HJR 62, RS
A portion of Alabama Highway 101 from State Highway 24 to State Highway 157 be named
(In a desire to acknowledge and commend Alabamians of exceptional achievements)
THE FREDERICK HOWARD DAVIS HIGHWAY
Approved 3/16/04, Pg. 66, Act 51, HJR 15, RS
A portion of Alabama Highway 5 extending form the Town of Woodstock to the Perry
County line is hereby designated (Representative; Mayor of Brent; Judge of Probate)
THE EL CAMINO EAST/WEST CORRIDOR
Approved 3/16/04, Pg. 64, Act 48, HJR 146, RS
The U.S. Highway 84 through South Alabama is designated the “El Camino East/West
Corridor”
(This route was one of the primary migration routes from the Atlantic Coast to the present
Texas/Mexican border from Brunswick, GA to El Paso, TX. The improvement to U.S.
Highway 84 is imperative to the economic development of rural South Alabama)
THE SENATOR B. DON HALE MEMORIAL PARKWAY
Approved 4/13/04, Pg. 304, Act 228, SJR 53, RS
A section of Alabama Highway 69 in Cullman from I-65 to U.S. Highway 31 is hereby
designated
THE J. M. “MAC” MAYS MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 4/13/04, Pg. 272, Act 197, HJR 175, RS
A portion of I-65 between the Atmore exit and the Flomaton exit is hereby named
(With sincere admiration of former colleague in the AL State Legislature)
THE AUBURN TECHNOLOGY PARK
Approved 4/21/04, Pg. 398, Act 283, HJR 266, RS
The future Interchange located at I-85 and mile marker 50
THE TUSKEGEE AIRMEN BOULEVARD
Approved 4/27/04, Pg. 416, Act 294, HJR 31 RS
The corner of Chappie James and Highway 81 South, north on 81 to the northern side of
the bridge crossing the Uphapee Creek on Highway 81 be designated
(Acknowledge and commend Alabamians of exceptional achievements)
THE VESTAL GOODMAN HIGHWAY
Approved 5/5/04, Pg. 677, Act 403, SJR 92, RS
A portion of Highway 75 between Fyffe and Geraldine
(Alabama Native, America’s Queen of Gospel Music)
THE C.T. “BOOTS” TIDWELL HIGHWAY
Approved 5/24/04, Pg. 1356, Act 573, HJR 701, RS
Be it resolved that both Houses do hereby name State Highway 13 in Marion County, from
the Franklin County line north of Marion to the Winston County line east of Marion
(Noted with sincere admiration is the late Bear Creek Mayor C. T. “Boots” Tidwell)
THE VETERANS’ BOULEVARD
Approved 5/25/04, Pg. 1415, Act 622, HJR 707, RS
A portion of U.S. Highway 11 from Academy Drive to Lexington Boulevard in Bessemer
(Acknowledge and commend those men and women who have selflessly and honorably
served this great country)
THE RONALD REAGAN MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Governor Bob Riley designated a portion of I-65 between Birmingham and Decatur in a
press release dated July 4, 2004; the honor became official on Friday, July 2, 2004. (I-65
is also designated “Heroes’ Highway”) (To officially honor the historic achievements of
President Ronald Reagan)
THE DENNIS MOBLEY MEMORIAL PARKWAY
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The section of State Highway 5 that begins at the southern City Limit boundary of Brent,
Alabama to the northern City Limit boundary of Brent, Alabama
(In honor and memory of Dennis R. Mobley who lost his life in the horrific explosions at the
Jim Walter Resources Blue Creek #5 Mine when he refused to evacuate and rushed to
help a disabled coworker following the first explosion)
THE SUE L. GLIDEWELL PARKWAY
Approved 11/16/04, Pg. 4, Act 644, HJR 16, 1st SS
The portion of Highway 77 from Whorton’s Bend Road to Steele Station Road in Etowah
County
(Noted with sincere admiration is Rainbow City Mayor Sue L. Glidewell, 24-year tenure)
THE SHIRLEY SATTERFIELD PARKWAY
Approved 11/16/04, Pg. 5, Act 645, HJR 13, 1st SS
The portion of U.S. Highway 231 from the St. Clair County Courthouse at Double Bridge
Road to the intersection of U.S. Highway 11
(A former St. Clair County and City of Ashville politician)
THE HEFLIN WAR MEMORIAL
Approved 11/19/04, Pg. 61, Act 678, SJR 6, 1st SS
In tribute to the men and women of the United States Armed Forces, the Legislature
requests the Dept. of Transportation and the City of Heflin, in consultation with American
Legion Post 19, to place appropriate signs on Highway 9 and in the City of Heflin
indicating directions to the War Memorial in Heflin, Alabama
THE KEN JOINER PARKWAY
Approved 11/19/04, Pg. 45, Act 662, HJR 42, 1st SS
County Road 109 from State Highway 202 to U.S. Highway 431 in Calhoun County
(Calhoun County Administrator)
THE KOREAN WAR VETERANS MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 2/16/05, Pg. 20, Act 9, SJR 10, RS
Highway 80 in the State of Alabama
(In memory of the Korean War Veterans who served with valor and distinction as members
of the Armed Forces and Made incalculable sacrifices and contributions)
THE RAY BASS HIGHWAY
Approved 5/9/05, Pg. 184, Act 115, SJR 68, RS
The portion of Interstate 85 beginning at the Macon-Lee County Line and proceeding east
in Lee County to mile marker 63 east of the intersection of I-85 and U.S. Highway 431
(Chief Engineer of the AL Dept. of Transportation; personally and professionally witnessed
the implementation to the Interstate Highway System in this state)
THE GUNNERY SERGEANT STEPHEN L. BRYSON, BOULEVARD
Approved 5/18/05, Pg. 360, Act 178, SJR 94, RS
The Northern Boulevard (AL-152) between Coliseum Boulevard and the Lower Wetumpka
Road in Montgomery, Alabama
(Personal awards include the Good Conduct Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal,
Kuwait Liberation Medal, Southwest Asia Service Medal, National Defense Medal, and
Humanitarian Service Medal; Served as a Marine from 1984 until his untimely death in a
U.S. Marine Corps tanker plane crash on Jan. 9, 2002.)
THE J.W. ANDREWS HIGHWAY
Approved 7/22/05, Pg. 408, Act 203, SJR 2, RS
The portion of AL-177 from US-43 up to Commerce Street
(With sincere admiration of longtime civic leader and Council Member)
THE GEORGE E. FULLER, SR. BOULEVARD
Approved 7/27/05, Pg. 471, Act 256, HJR 36, 1st SS
U.S. Highway 90/98 in Spanish Fort, Alabama (Baldwin County)
(Founding visionary of Spanish Fort)
THE TOM MANN MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 7/27/05, Pg. 442, Act 232, HJR 57, 1st SS
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THE “RUTH” COMMUNITY
Approved 7/27/05, Pg. ___, Act 223, HJR 39, 1st SS
A one square mile extending a ½ mile north, south, east and west of mile marker 175 on
U.S. Highway 431 in northern Chambers County
(In memory of Ruth Smith, who was a longtime resident and community leader in northern
Chambers County)
THE JOHN FRANKLIN SMART MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 7/27/05, Pg. 475, Act 258, HJR 58, 1st SS
A portion of State Highway 104 from the intersection of Scenic Highway 98 and State
Highway 104 in Fairhope, Alabama, to the intersection of State Highway 59 and State
Highway 104 in Robertsdale, Alabama
(Took to horseback and rode door-to-door to acquire signed deeds for the State of
Alabama to build the, then, proposed State Highway 104; instrumental in acquiring the
required deeded right-of-way along State Highway 104)
THE PURPLE HEART TRAIL
Approved 09/19/05, Proclamation by the Governor of Alabama
The portion of I-65, beginning at the Tennessee-Alabama State line to Mobile, Alabama at
the intersection of I-65 and I-10, then continuing onto the portion of I-10 to the AlabamaMississippi State line
THE MAYOR C. GRAY PRICE BRIDGE
Approved 1/24/06, Pg. 18, Act 9, SJR 7, RS
The Alabama State Route 14 Bridge in Downtown Prattville be named
(In honor of the life and service of former Mayor C. Gray Price)
THE DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 2/7/06, Pg. 70, Act 57, SJR 31, RS
Alabama Highway 41, from the junction of Highway 80 and Highway 41 in Dallas County to
the Monroe County line be named
(Religious and Civil Rights Leader)
THE OPP VETERANS’ MEMORIAL PARKWAY
Approved 2/9/06, Pg. 80, Act 61, HJR 80, RS
The southwestern portion of Highway 84 West By-Pass from Highway 331 South to
Highway 84 West
(So all citizens may be reminded of the service and sacrifices of our veterans)
THE MEDAL OF HONOR HIGHWAY
Approved 2/13/06, Pg. 99, Act 80, SJR 39, RS
Interstate 20 from the City of Birmingham to the Georgia State line
(These Medal of Honor recipients are a vanishing breed of American heroes whose valiant
history must be preserved for future generations)
THE WAYNE DAVIS MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 03/09/06, Pg. 309, Act 209, SJR 80, RS
County Road 17 North from County Road 22 to the Montevallo City Limits, Shelby County
(In honor of Wayne Davis, who lost his battle with cancer on January 24, 2006; great
citizen of Shelby County)
THE GUY HUNT REST STOP
Approved 4/5/06, Pg. ___, Act 309, HJR 126, RS
The Rest Stop on I-65 at approximately mile marker 300
THE CHARLEY BOWLING AND LEM BURLESON MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 4/17/06, Pg. 1087, Act 451, HJR 252, RS
Highway 20 South in Colbert County south to the Lawrence County line
(Both men were former long-time employees with Alabama Highway Department and were
instrumental in great expansion and improvement of the public road system in Alabama)
THE LEM BURLESON AND CHARLEY BOWLING MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 4/17/06, Pg. 1087, Act 451, HJR 252, RS
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(Both men were former long-time employees with Alabama Highway Department and were
instrumental in great expansion and improvement of the public road system in Alabama)
THE GUY THOMPSON BRIDGE
Approved 4/17/06, Pg. 1092, Act 456, HJR 434, RS
Naming the bridge on Gateway Drive/U.S. 280 that crosses First Avenue
(Recognizing former Mayor and City Commissioner of Opelika for his efforts to improve the
quality of life for the city’s residents)
THE JACK TONEY, MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 4/17/06, Pg. 1068, Act 433, SJR 105, RS
State Highway 205, in Marshall County, from the Etowah County line to U.S. Highway 431
(Mr. Jack Toney, resident of Boaz, AL; Award winning singer and songwriter brought
positive publicity and great honor to the community he called home)
THE VETERANS MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 4/17/06, Pg. 1081, Act 445, HJR 25, RS
Alabama Highway 21 from Atmore, Alabama to Interstate 65
(In honor of the countless men and women of the Armed Forces; who served with valor and
distinction, and who provided unexcelled service and made incalculable sacrifices and
contributions)
THE ALABAMA ADVENTURE FREEWAY
Approved 4/27/06, Pg. 1783, Act 650, HJR 710
The portion of Interstate 20/59 in Jefferson County currently designated as Visionland
Freeway be redesignated
THE DR. ROBERT PRICE IRWIN HIGHWAY
Approved 4/27/06, Pg. 1767, Act 636, HRJ 176, RS
The portion of Alabama Highway 157, beginning at Mile Marker 35 southeast of Moulton,
northwest to the intersection of Alabama Highways 33 and 157, a distance of 4.5 miles
(A beloved physician in Moulton, AL)
THE AMELIA PLATTS BOYNTON-ROBINSON HIGHWAY
Approved 3/2/07, Pg. 24, Act 14, SJR 11, 1st SS
A three-mile section along U.S. Highway 80
(Mrs. Amelia Platts Boynton-Robinson founded the Dallas County Voters League in 1933)
THE MARIE FOSTER HIGHWAY
Approved 03/02/07, Pg. 23, Act 13, SJR 10, 1st SS
A three-mile section along U.S. Highway 80, commencing at the easternmost part of that
section named in honor of F. D. Reese[A portion of Highway 80 East from the Edmund
Pettus Bridge proceeding three miles east], and continuing three miles east
(In honor of the late Civil Rights leader Marie Foster who was among those who led the
march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge on March 7, 1965)
THE JOHN HULETT HIGHWAY
Approved 03/2/07, Pg. 24, Act 15, SJR 12, 1st SS
A section along U.S. Highway 80 from the Montgomery County line to State Highway 97
(Mr. John Hulett was the African-American since Reconstruction to register to vote in
Lowndes County; founder and President of the Lowndes Co. Christian Movement for
Human Rights; the first Sheriff and Probate Judge of African descent in his county)
THE TOM KING, SR. HIGHWAY
Approved 03/06/07, Pg. 51, Act 32, SJR 7, 1st SS
A portion of Highway 78 from Persimmon Street to the Adamsville City Limits (Jefferson
County)
(Alabama Legislature hereby recognizes our friend and former colleague and desires to
commemorate his years of service to the public)
THE LAYSON MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 03/06/07, Pg. 33, Act 18, HJR 15, 1st SS
a Section of U.S. Highway 82 West in Pickens County from Reform, Alabama, to the
Mississippi State line
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Sr., by commemorating in an enduring manner his years of devoted service to the citizens
of House District 61 and the State of Alabama from1986 to 2006)
THE MATTHEW LEONARD, CHARLES THOMAS, GEORGE WATSON MEMORIAL
PARKWAY
Approved 03/06/07, Pg. 50, Act 31, SJR 6, 1st SS
That portion of Interstate 459 in Jefferson County near Liberty Park from the west boundary
of I-459 at U.S. Highway 280 to the east boundary of I-459 at Interstate 20
(to commemorate and honor the service of the above gentlemen)
THE CHARLES THOMAS, MATTHEW LEONARD, GEORGE WATSON MEMORIAL
PARKWAY
Approved 03/06/07, Pg. 50, Act 31, SJR 6, 1st SS
That portion of Interstate 459 in Jefferson County near Liberty Park from the west boundary
of I-459 at U.S. Highway 280 to the east boundary of I-459 at Interstate 20
(to commemorate and honor the service of the above gentlemen)
THE GEORGE WATSON, CHARLES THOMAS, MATTHEW LEONARD MEMORIAL
PARKWAY
Approved 03/06/07, Pg. 50, Act 31, SJR 6, 1st SS
That portion of Interstate 459 in Jefferson County near Liberty Park from the west boundary
of I-459 at U.S. Highway 280 to the east boundary of I-459 at Interstate 20
(to commemorate and honor the service of the above gentlemen)
THE DR. HAROLD H. KLINGER BRIDGE
Approved 3/19/07, Pg. 91, Act 62, SJR 1, RS
The bridge on Highway 82 which crosses Line Creek in Shopton in Bullock County
(No specifics listed)
THE E.L. MORE MEMORIAL BRIDGE
Approved 3/19/07, Pg. 71, Act 42, HJR 22, RS
The Conecuh River Bridge in the Town of River Falls
(Local historians credit Mr. E. L. More as being instrumental to the early industrial
development of Covington County and surrounding areas)
THE TUSKEGEE AIRMEN MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 03/19/07, Pg. 86, Act 56, HJR 42, RS
The section of I-85 from Wire Road to Franklin Exit 32
(a desire to acknowledge and commend Alabamians of exceptional achievements; in
tribute to the valor of these distinguished aviators)
THE REPRESENTATIVE ALBERT HALL HIGHWAY
Approved 03/26/07, Pg. 109, Act 79, HJR 74, RS
A portion of Alabama Highway 72 in Madison County, from Gurley, Alabama to Shields
Road
(In honor of our late friend and colleague who represented Jackson and Madison Counties)
THE JENNIFER LINDSAY MILLICAN MEMORIAL PARYWAY
Approved 04/16/07, Pg. 205, Act 170, HJR 101, RS
County Road 41 in Winston County from the Lawrence County line to the Walker County
line (County Road 41 in Winston County is an extension of State Highway 257)
(in honor of the daughter of Representative Michael Joe Millican and his wife, Debbie)
THE PURPLE HEART BRIDGE
Approved 04/16/07, Pg. 205, Act 169, HJR 99, RS
The bridge located in Morgan County on State Highway 36 at Interstate 65 in Hartselle
THE SETH HAMMETT HIGHWAY
Approved 06/01/07, Pg. 317, Act 234, SJR 70, RS
That portion of U.S. Highway 84 from Opp, Alabama city limits to the Andalusia, Alabama
city limits
(In honor and appreciation of the many contributions made on behalf of Covington County
and the State of Alabama)
THE CHILDREN’S HARBOR HIGHWAY
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Children’s Highway which runs between Mile Marker 6 in Eclectic and Mile Marker 28 in
Alexander City
(That Our Children’s Highway be renamed the Children’s Harbor Highway)
THE MARINE CORPORAL MATTHEW CONLEY HIGHWAY
Approved 06/15/07, Pg. 1157, Act 552, HJR 438, RS
A portion of State Highway 43 from the point where it intersects with U.S. Highway 72 to
the Tennessee Line
(in honor of United States Marine Corporal Matthew Conley, the first soldier from Greenhill,
Alabama, to lose his life in Iraq; a member of the 3rd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, 1st
Marine Division, 1 Marine Expeditionary Force in California, which was attached to the 2nd
Marine Division, 11th Marine Expeditionary Force (Forward) combat operations in Ramadi,
Iraq, when he was killed while on security patrol)
THE JOE FULLER BRIDGE
Approved 06/15/07, Pg. 1197, Act 589, HJR 643, RS
the bridge over Corridor X over the Alabama Power Company Rail Line and the Locust
Fork of the Black Warrior River near Snowtown, Alabama (Jefferson County)
(Mr. Fuller was Chairman of the Corridor X Project for the Birmingham Area Chamber of
Commerce)
THE RALPH A. MEADE SCENIC HIGHWAY
Approved 06/15/07, Pg. 1170, Act 564, HJR 566, RS
The portion of Alabama Highway 68 connecting Centre and Cedar Bluff, Alabama
(In honor of our friend and former colleague, who ably served in the AL House of Rep. for
12 years, and with distinction as Chairman of the Cherokee County Commission for a sixyear term
THE CURLY PUTNAM HIGHWAY
Approved 02/19/08, Pg.44, Act 29, SJR 21, RS
State Highway 65 from State Highway 72 to the Tennessee State Line
(Mr. Claude Putman, recognized as one of the recording industry’s finest composers of
country music; reared on Putman Mt. in AL; inducted into Nashville Songwriters
Association’s 1973 Hall of Fame; 1993 AL Music Hall of Fame)
THE JAMES HAYES – BOBBY JUNKINS PARKWAY
Approved 03/10/08, Pg. 66, Act 47, HJR 51, RS
A portion of Highway 278 from the city limits of Hokes Bluff to the intersection of Alfords
Bend Road in Etowah County
(Mr. James Hayes was a former Sheriff of the county and a dedicated public servant; Mr.
Bobby Junkins served in the AL Legislature and currently holds a probate judgeship)
THE JAMES HAYES-BOBBY JUNKINS PARKWAY
Approved 03/10/08, Pg. 66, Act 47, HJR 51, RS
A portion of Highway 278 from the city limits of Hokes Bluff to the intersection of Alfords
Bend Road in Etowah County
(Mr. James Hayes was a former Sheriff of the county and a dedicated public servant; Mr.
Bobby Junkins served in the AL Legislature and currently holds a probate judgeship)
THE COACH STOKELY BAZEMORE HIGHWAY
Approved 04/08/08, Pg. 157, Act 119, HJR 249 RS
A portion of State Road 14 in Elmore County between Mile Marker 170 and Mile Marker
173
(In honor of the late Coach Coy Stokely Bazemore, Jr., who served Elmore County
residents as coach, athletic director, and math instructor at Wetumpka High School)
THE OFFICER ERIC FREEMAN HIGHWAY
Approved 04/29/08, Pg. 370, Act 248, HJR 540
The portion of U.S. Highway 231-431 between mile marker 352 and mile marker 347
(In Honor of fallen police officers; Madison Co.; recipient of 2008 AL Legislative Medal of
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Approved 04/29/08, Pg. 370, Act 248, HJR 540
The portion of U.S. Highway 231-431 between mile marker 347 and mile marker 342
(In Honor of fallen police officers; Madison Co.; recipient of 2006 AL Legislative Medal of
Honor for Law Enforcement)
THE OLD FEDERAL ROAD TRANSITIONAL TRAILS
Approved 05/13/08, Pg. , Act 370, HJR 227
Proposed routes by County: RUSSELL COUNTY: Begin at Fort Mitchell headed north on
AL-165, turn left onto County Road 137Seale Road and head south, turn right onto AL-169
and head north, turn left onto County Road 22 and head west, turn left onto AL-51 and
head south, turn right onto Boromville Road and head west (at this point an individual will
cross onto Macon County). MACON COUNTY: Continue to follow Boromville Road until it
becomes County Road 10, follow County 10 north to US-29/AL-15, turn right onto US29/AL-15 and drive north towards Tuskegee, turn left onto US-80/AL-8 and drive west.
MONTGOMERY COUNTY: Continue to follow US-80, turn left onto County Road 85/Pike
Road and head south, turn right onto AL-110/Vaughn Road and head west, turn left onto
County Road 43/Bell Road and head south, turn right onto US-231/US-82/AL-6/AL-53 and
head north, turn left onto Virginia Loop Road and head west/southwest, turn left onto Sibels
Road and head north/northwest, turn left onto Norman Bridge Road and head south;
Norman Bridge Road becomes US-331/AL-9, turn right onto County Road 23 and head
south, turn right onto County Road 24 and head west, turn left onto County Road 55 and
head southwest, County Road 55 loops back into US-31/AL-3; at this point drive south on
US-31/AL-3. LOWNDES COUNTY: Turn right onto AL-185 and head west through Fort
Deposit; AL-185 will then turn south into Butler County. BUTLER COUNTY: Turn right onto
County Road 44 and drive west, turn left onto County Road 42 and then onto County Road
54 and head south, turn right onto County Road 46 and head west, turn left onto County
Road 38 (becomes County Road 29 in Conecuh County) and head south/southwest to
County Road 106. CONECUH COUNTY: Turn right onto County Road 106 and head west,
turn left onto AL-83 and head south, turn right onto County Road 5 and head
south/southwest; County Road 5 becomes County Road 45 in Escambia County.
ESCAMBIA COUNTY: Continue to follow County Road 45 and turn right onto Pleasant
Grove Road and head west, turn left onto AL-21 and head south, turn right onto County
Road 14 and head north/northwest, turn right onto County 1 and head north, turn left onto
County Road 47 and head west. BALDWIN COUNTY: Turn right onto County Road 61 and
head north/northwest, turn left onto AL-59 and head south, when AL-59 splits in Mobile
County, turn onto AL-225 and continue south, turn right onto US-90/AL16 Mobile County;
continue to follow US-90/LA-16 through Mobile County to the State of Mississippi.
(Old Federal Road Task Force-Act 2007-414 RS- is required to all aspects of how best to
identify of how best to identify and promote the Old Federal Road in the State and present
findings by 10th day of each regular legislative session; 1st Annual report of 2008 RS)
THE SR. DESMOND T. DOSS MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 05/29/08, Pg. 1033, Act 470, HJR 452, RS
Alabama Highway 9 from County Road 8 to County Road 178
(Outstanding citizen of Cherokee County; presented the Congressional Medal of Honor by
Pres. Harry S. Truman on October 12, 1945, at which time Pres. Truman stated “this is a
greater honor than being President”)
THE HENNON KING BRIDGE
Approved 06/09/08, Pg. 1145, Act 517, HJR 81, RS
The bridge on Interstate 85 at Exit 77
(Prominent businessman in Chambers County, AL for some 40 years; appropriate to name
the bridge on I-85 near the location of his business)
THE NEIL METCALF HIGHWAY
Approved 06/09/08, Pg. 1151, Act 523, HJR 90, 1st SS
The Geneva County portion of Alabama State Highway 167 from the Coffee County line to
the Florida State line (In honor of late Senator Neil Metcalf, who served Geneva and Dale
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THE NEIL METCALF HIGHWAY
Approved 06/09/08, Pg. 1162, Act 531, SJR 3, 1st SS
The Geneva County portion of Alabama State Highway 167 from the Coffee County line to
the Florida State line (In honor of late Senator Neil Metcalf, who served Geneva and Dale
Counties; best-known accomplishment was the “Metcalf Project”, a state highway running
from south of Troy to the Florida state line)
THE CHARLES W. LAWLER HIGHWAY
Approved 01/08/09, Proclamation by Governor Bob Riley
Highway 51 in Opelika between mile markers 100, 108, and 113
(Co-owner of East Alabama Paving Company-projects including US 280, US 431 and I-85;
thanks for committed service to the citizens of Alabama.)
THE ROSS GRAY MEDAL OF HONOR HIGHWAY
Approved 03/17/09, Pg. , Act 96, SJR-8, RS
Portion of U. S. Highway 82 in Bibb County, from the Tuscaloosa County line on the west
to the Chilton County line on the east
(In honor of United States Marine Corps Reserve Sergeant Ross Franklin Gray, of Marvel
Valley, AL, who displayed gallantry on the field in February 1945; We owe never-ending
gratitude to those who have courageously defended American freedoms against ruthless
enemies)
THE JAMES TYLER LINDSEY HIGHWAY
Approved 04/06/09, Pg. , Act 165, HJR 102, RS
The portion of Cox Creek Parkway from the intersection of Highway 72 to the intersection
of Highway 20 (Lauderdale County)
(In honor of Corp. J. T. Lindsey who lost his life at the age of 20 in the line of duty in Iraq on
April 12, 2007)
THE JACK B. VENABLE PARKWAY
Approved 04/07/09, Pg. , Act 210, HJR 432, RS
Alabama Highway 229 (Elmore and Macon Counties)
(In recognition of Rep. Venable’s dedicated representation of the citizens of Elmore and
Coosa Counties and his legacy as a statesman, model public servant, devoted husband
and father, and friend of all Alabama citizens)
AMENDMENT OF ACT 2008-248, HJR540 CONCERNING THE NAMING OF PORTIONS
OF HIGHWAY 231-431 IN MADISON COUNTY
Approved 4/20/09, Pg. , Act 240, HJR 253, RS
In honor of Officer Eric Freeman, a portion of U.S. Highway 231-431 is named the Officer
Eric Freeman Highway; in honor of Officer Daniel Golden, a portion of U.S. 231-431 is
named the Officer Daniel Golden Highway; in honor of Deputy Sheriff Billy Joe Thrower, a
portion of U.S. Highway 231-431 is named Deputy Sheriff Billy Joe Thrower Highway.
These designations shall be for the portion of 231-431 in Madison County from Bob Wade
Lane to the Alabama State Line.
(Officer Eric Freeman, recipient of the 2008 Alabama Legislative Medal of Honor for Law
Enforcement; Officer Daniel Golden, recipient of the 2006 Alabama Legislative Medal of
Honor for Law Enforcement; Deputy Sheriff Billy Joe Thrower, first recipient of the 1995
Alabama Legislative Medal of Honor for Law Enforcement. In honor of their sacrifice in the
line of duty.)
THE WILLIE GARDNER, JR. MEMORIAL BRIDGE
Approved 04/20/09, Pg. , Act 238, HJR 23, RS
The Haysop Creek Bridge, approximately one mile south of Brent City Hall on Alabama
Highways 5 and 25 in Bibb County
(In honor Willie Gardner, Jr., of Brent, Alabama, who lost his life while serving his country in
Vietnam on February 12, 1971)
THE WILLIAM JONES BRIDGE
Approved 04/29/09, Pg. , Act 312, HJR 21, RS
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(In honor of Mr. Williams Jones, who was instrumental in preserving the heritage of the
1931 bridge across Elkahatchee Creek in Tallapoosa County)
THE LEIUTENANT GENERAL HAL MOORE HIGHWAY
Approved 5/04/09; Proclamation by Governor Bob Riley
Portion of U.S. Highway 280 between mile markers 98 and 101 named in honor of
(local Vietnam War veteran and hero; author of We Were Soldiers Once…and Young)
THE JOHNSTON-LEE BRIDGE
Approved 05/14/09, Pg. , Act 515, HJR 24, RS
The bridge that is located five miles south of Aliceville on State Highway 17
(In honor of Rob Roy “Bob” Johnston, Jr., and John Edward Lee, Sr., truly embodied during
their lifetimes the American ideals of entrepreneurship and community service, combined
with a deep and abiding dedication to the land that provides our sustenance. Both were
successful farmers, devoted family men, and civic leaders who made significant
contributions to their beloved Pickens County in agriculture and business.)
BRUCE WILSON MALOY MEMORIAL PARKWAY
Approved 5/15/09, Act 700, SJR137
Portion of Highway 52 in Samson from mile marker 20 ending at the police jurisdiction
marker
(In honor of Bruce Wilson Maloy, who gave his life in protection of the community of
Samson and its citizens)
THE MEMORIAL BRIDGES
Approved 05/21/09, Pg. , Act 697, SJR 81, RS
The three bridges crossing the Flint Creek in Morgan County (between the Cities of
Hartselle and Decatur) on U.S. Highway 31/State Road 3 between mile markers 350 and
351
(In honor and recognition of military personnel who have made the supreme sacrifice for
our nation and its citizens. These Memorial Bridges are dedicated initially with the memory
of more recent fallen soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan, Jonathan Smith, Jon-Erik Loney, and
Joshua Lee Rath.)
THE FIREFIGHTER CHRIS ROY MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 05/21/09, Pg. , Act 664, HJR 43, RS
Approved 05/21/09, Pg. , Act 667, HJR 596, RS
The portion of Interstate 65 from Exit 234 to Exit 228 in Calera, Alabama
(In honor of Firefighter Chris Roy who was killed in the line of duty)
THE JAMES M. “BUDDY” TINGLE PARKWAY
Approved 05/21/09, Pg. , Act 666, HJR 399, RS
Approved 05/21/09, Pg. , Act 696, SJR 48, RS
A portion of Alabama State Highway 79, presently referred to as Pinson Valley Parkway;
this portion being that part of AL State Highway 79 which is subtended by the corporate
limits of the City of Tarrant and more adequately described as beginning at the intersection
of Highway 79 and Jefferson Boulevard on the South end of town and extending northward
to the intersection of Highway 79 and Third Avenue Robinwood on the North end of town
(In tribute to the exceptional public service of Mr. Tingle, who currently serves as City
Attorney for the City of Tarrant and has compiled an outstanding record of achievements
over a distinguished career that spans five decades)
THE WILSON DOUGLAS WATSON BRIDGE
Approved 05/21/09, Pg. , Act 663, HJR 40, RS
The bridge at the interchange on State Route 2 (U.S. 72) at County Road 312 (Haley
Drive), mile post 12.6 (Bridge Identification Number 020043)
(In honor of one of Alabama’s greatest war heroes; 9th Regiment of the 3rd Marine Division
and participated in the invasions of Guadalcanal, Bougainville, Guam, and Iwo Jima.
Known as the “One Man Regiment” of Iwo Jima; and Pres. Harry S. Truman presented the
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THE HARVEY E. CAUTHEN PARKWAY
Order approved and signed on 7/16/09, by Director Joe McInnes, Alabama Department of
Transportation, at Montgomery is as follows: A section of U.S. 331 from the Montgomery
City Limits to 2 miles south Ada, be named the Harvey E. Cauthen Parkway
THE SINGING RIVER BRIDGE
Approved 1/19/10, Act 9, SJR5
That Patton Island Bridge crossing the Tennessee River in the Muscle Shoals area be
renamed
(Native American legend told stories of a woman who lived in the river and protected the
Native Americans, often singing songs to them. The Yuchi people, believed to be the first
people of language in North America, referred to the Tennessee River as nun-nuh-sae,
which means "The River that Sings"; and before the dams were built, especially during
periods of flooding, one could hear the river from the town of Florence)
THE EDWARD DANIEL HIGHWAY
Approved 1/19/10, Act 26, SJR26
A portion of Alabama Highway 5, between northern and southern city limits of Marion in
Perry County
(former mayor of the city of Marion)
THE EDWARD DANIEL HIGHWAY
Approved 02/02/10, Act 88, HJR191
A portion of Alabama Highway 5, between northern and southern city limits of Marion in
Perry County
(former mayor of the city of Marion)
THE MILLARD FULLER MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 2/11/10, Act 34, HJR19
The portion of U.S. Highway 29 from Georgia state line to the Chambers County line
(no specifics listed)
THE JAMES H. KELLEY, JR. BRIDGE
Approved 2/11/10, Act 38, HJR20
In Ozark on U.S. Highway 231 between Highway 27 East and West
(former division engineer for the seventh division of ALDOT)
THE EUGENE HARRISON, SR. MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 2/18/10, Act 92, HJR202
Portion of U.S. Highway 29 from the city limits of Tuskegee, extending seven miles towards
and including Mt. Nebo Baptist Church
(former local police chief)
THE RAY SCOTT HIGHWAY
Approved 2/23/10, Act 124, SJR59
Portion of I-65 South between Hope Hull exit and Pintlala exit
(Pintlala native; publisher of BASSMASTER, Southern Outdoors, and Fishing Tackle
Retailer Magazines; the founder of the Whitetail Institute of North America, Inc., and
producer of "The BASSMASTERS”)
THE DEWEY J. BONDURANT,JR. HIGHWAY
Approved 2/23/10, Act 125, SJR63
Portion of Alabama Highway 113 between Highway 29/31 in Flomaton and Interstate 65
(former mayor of Flomaton)
THE JESSE OWENS PARKWAY
Approved 3/25/10, Act 282, HJR126
Portion of Highway 36 in Morgan County from the intersection of Highway 36 with Interstate
65 to the Lawrence County line
(Native Alabamian and Olympic Gold Medalist)
THE STEWART CINK HIGHWAY
Approved 3/30/10, Act 403, HJR26
Portion of Highway 20 from Waterloo Road to Cox Creek Parkway
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THE BOBBY DENTON PARKWAY
Approved 3/30/10; Act 381, HJR709
Alabama Highway 133 from intersection with Alabama Highway 20 in Colbert County
northward to intersection with Ironside St. just north of Singing River Bridge then continuing
northward on that portion of Alabama Highway 72 in Florence
(former Alabama senator)
THE LESLEY VANCE HIGHWAY
Approved 4/06/10; Act 419, HJR336
Portion of Highway 431 South from the Phenix City limit extending to the Barbour County
line
(former Russell County Coroner and Commissioner, House District 80 Representative)
THE JOHN T. OLIVER, JR. STREET
Approved 4/06/10; Act 420, HJR386
7th street in Jasper in Walker County renamed
(Walker County entrepreneur and philanthropist)
THE JEFF COOK PARKWAY
Approved 4/13/10; Act 478, SJR142
Portion of DeKalb County Road 89 between DeKalb County Road 78 and Alabama
Highway 35 in DeKalb County
(lead guitarist for country music group, Alabama)
THE TEDDY GENTRY ROAD
Approved 4/13/10; Act 479, SJR143
Portion of DeKalb County Road 78 between DeKalb County Road 89 and Alabama
Highway 35 in DeKalb County
(bass guitarist for country music group, Alabama)
THE RANDY OWEN HIGHWAY
Approved 4/13/10; Act 481, SJR145
Portion of Alabama Highway 35 between the city limits of Fort Payne and the DeKalb
County/Cherokee County line in DeKalb County
(lead singer and rhythm guitarist for country music group, Alabama)
THE ALABAMA PARKWAY
Approved 4/13/10; Act 480, SJR 144
Portion of Alabama Highway 35 between 8th Street Northeast in Fort Payne and the city
limit of Fort Payne
(legendary country music group, Alabama)
THE DON SUTTON HIGHWAY
Approved 4/14/10; Act 445, HJR788
Alabama Highway 10 between the Pike County line and the city limits of Clio
(Major League Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher)
THE DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS MEMORIAL BRIDGE
Approved 4/14/10; Act 446, HJR793
Shoal Creek Bridge on Alabama Highway 72 between Killen and Florence renamed
(to honor the service and sacrifice of America's disabled military veterans)
THE MAJOR DAVID BLAIR FAULKNER MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Approved 4/14/10; Act 447, HJR801
Portion of Alabama Highway 17 between Cox Creek Parkway and the Alabama-Tennessee
state line in Lauderdale County
(late Alabama National Guard and Army Reserve pilot)