From The Tribune staff reports
TRUSSVILLE — A major intersection in downtown Trussville is reopened after renovations and a delay.
The intersection of Main Street and Chalkville Road is back in working order after undergoing a transformation to improve the overall look and functionality of the downtown area.
New traffic signals and pedestrian crossing signals tower over the four-way intersection and the center of the intersection is adorned with stamped concrete. Sidewalk improvements will also continue in the area.
Mayor Buddy Choat said the project is part of the Quad I phase of downtown redevelopment.
The work began on Monday, July 6, 2020, but was delayed after the city had to obtain an additional easement from a local business in order to complete the project.