Coffee Co., Ala. (WDHN)—2020 Coffee County “Rebuild Alabama” report, more than 835-thousand dollars was spent to resurface more than 11 miles of county roads.
The money comes from an incremental increase in the state fuel tax from a few years ago.
Here, a portion of resurfaced County Road 723 which is a shortcut from Enterprise to State Highway 27.
Prior to the makeover, the road was riddled with potholes.
The additional gas tax money is earmarked for local roads in each of the state’s 67 counties.
In some cases, these routes have not seen any upgrades since the 1950s.