ATRIP-II

More funding awarded to Highway 33 project


From left, State Representative Tracy Estes, Double Springs Mayor Elmo Robinson, Winston County High School Principal Jeff Cole and State Representative Tim Wadsworth at the dangerous intersection of County Road 24 at Highway 33.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - One fiscal year after just over $1 million in funding was announced to correct a dangerous intersection at Highway 33 and County Road 24 in Double Springs, another $400,000 has been awarded for the same project.

$2 million in ATRIP-II funding coming to Natural Bridge


Officials gather at the railroad overpass on Highway 278 at Natural Bridge, where a portion of the highway will be lowered to give clearance for mobile homes and large trucks to go under the overpass. From left, State Senator Garlan Gudger, Winston County Commissioner David Cummings, Natural Bridge Mayor Pete Parrish, State Representative Tracy Estes, Natural Bridge Town Council Member Rocky Hulsey, Winston County Road Engineer James Glasgow, Assistant Road Engineer Matt Rouse and State Representative Tim W
NATURAL BRIDGE - A pile of logs remains near the guard rail off Highway 278 at a railroad overpass, as a reminder of how difficult it has been for trucks hauling freight, logs or mobile home carriers to go under the trestle without losing freight or making costly detours.

Over $1 million in ATRIP-II funding awarded for Highway 33 project


From left, Double Springs Mayor Elmo Robinson, Winston County High School Principal Jeff Cole, Middle School Principal Brian Wakefield, State Representatives Tim Wadsworth and Tracy Estes and State Senator Garlan Gudger at the intersection of County Road 24 and Highway 33 that will be remedied thanks to recently approved funding.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - A dangerous traffic issue, where individual, industrial and school bus traffic all converge in the same location certain times of the day, will now be alleviated, thanks to a $1,009,904.50 grant.