More bikes and scooters are coming to the streets of Birmingham. The city is partnering up with Gotcha and BOLT to introduce the second mobile rideshare program. Keep reading to learn how you can zip through The Magic City’s streets.
If you were driving around Birmingham in 2018, you may have seen someone zipping around on an electric scooter. This novelty transportation method was available in Birmingham for a few months in 2018- until it wasn’t. Now, a new piece of legislation might have these scooters zipping back to Birmingham.
Right now, while the highways are undergoing a complete renovation, it’s hard to imagine what will go in under the 59/20 bridges. But even as motorists and pedestrians marvel at the ever-changing cityscape, the people behind the scenes are busy planning some pretty cool features. If you thought we were just getting new bridges out of the deal, you’re mistaken.
The lazy days of Summer are almost here. This means more cars are on the road headed to and through Birmingham. Worried about 59/20 bridge construction? Never fear. We’ve got all the details for you right here.
U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Transit Authority has awarded a $1.5 million grant to the Birmingham Jefferson County Transit to put low-emission and no-emission electric buses on city streets.
When attending a university that’s located in the heart of a bustling city, parking is going to be a consistent hassle. The University of Alabama at Birmingham is one such campus. But things are soon to change. To enhance the experience of students, employees and guests, UAB connected with Kimley Horn, a premier planning and design engineering consultant.Continue reading “UAB to get on-campus parking decks and other enhancements”