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Waterway Village Multimodal Access Project

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In an effort to create economic opportunities, improve traffic and pedestrian safety, and promote a more sustainable community The City of Gulf Shores is pursuing funding through the U.S. Department of Transportation’s TIGER Grant Program (http://www.dot.gov/tiger) for an innovative, multifaceted project that will enhance the quality of life for our residents and visitors.

Project Overview
The Gulf Shores Waterway Village Multimodal Access Project will construct much needed vehicular, bicycle, and pedestrian transportation infrastructure. The proposed project includes the construction of: TIGER Grant, Gulf Shores

  • Approximately 3 miles of complete streets (roadway, bicycle lanes and sidewalks) including the one mile extension of Waterway East Blvd
  • Approximately 1.5 miles of roadway to provide improved access to the Gulf Shores Business and Aviation Park.
  • 2,000 linear feet pedestrian bridge alongside the W.C. Holmes Bridge on State Highway 59
  • Approximately one mile of widening along State Highway 59 to provide an additional south bound lane and turn lane onto East 20th Ave.
  • Approximately 3 miles of sidewalks within the Waterway Village District.

  • Project Benefits
  • Project Support
  • Project Documents

  • Provide bicycle and pedestrian access throughout the Waterway Village District and across the Intracoastal Waterway.
  • Provide needed vehicular, bicycle, and pedestrian access from State Highway 59 to the Jack Edwards National Airport, Gulf Shores Business and Aviation Park, County Road 4 and Foley Beach Express.
  • Improvements will promote investment, economic development, and job creation throughout the Waterway Village District, Intracoastal Waterway, Gulf Shores Business and Aviation Park, and Jack Edwards National Airport.
  • Proposed improvements to Waterway East Blvd will provide additional evacuation route connectivity to improve evacuation time during natural disasters.
  • Economic development within the Waterway Village District, Gulf Shores Business and Aviation Park, and Jack Edwards National Airport will create a sustainable and vibrant economic center that is resilient and will withstand the natural and man-made disasters that occur along the Gulf Coast.