University Boulevard Corridor Improvements
Updated Nov 05 2021
This project is intended to be the first phase of improvements to University Boulevard. The work will accommodate vehicle travel, bike lanes, landscaping, sidewalks, lighting, and underground utilities. These improvements will be designed to move residents and visitors efficiently and safely between campus, the Strip, and downtown, while accommodating various modes of travel.
The City of Tuscaloosa and University of Alabama partnered to complete a corridor study that examined the area on University Boulevard from Greensboro Avenue to Wallace Wade Avenue and on Greensboro Avenue from Jack Warner Parkway to 8th Street. The goal of the study was to identify ways to better connect the university campus to downtown Tuscaloosa. Based on the conclusions, improvements have already been made to Greensboro Avenue. For the improvements to University Boulevard, a phased approach was recommended. Phase one is the portion of University Boulevard from Queen City Avenue to Reed Street.
Goals and Impact
Improve connectivity between the university and downtown
Improve accessibility for multiple modes of transportation
Beautify the area to make it more welcoming
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Key Milestones & Events
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Budget: The total amount of money that the City expects to be spent to complete this project. This amount is only finalized once sufficient planning on the project has been completed.
Elevate Tuscaloosa Fund: City funds dedicated to Elevate Tuscaloosa which are allocated to this project.
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