I was on it today (4-3-08) and noticed they have opened another section recently. From Industrial Prkwy, in Jasper, to where the new section meets US 78 in Graysville. At that point it dumps you back onto US 78.
I may see this thing completed before I die yet.
I was on US 78 yesterday (3/20/10), and this portion has now been completed to Coalburg Rd in the Birmingham area about 2.5 miles short of reaching I-65. From that point, it is about 2 miles down to Daniel Payne Dr and then about 0.75 miles to I-65. It greatly improves the trip through Birmingham.
It goes the full length between suburban Memphis and suburban Birmingham. It is about 5 miles shy of Interstate 65 and they are working to make ready for it by at least 2010
Interstate 65 will take you from Mobile Alabama to Birmingham Alabama.
US Interstate highway 20 connects Atlanta to Birmingham Alabama.
Not all the way yet.... 5 traffic lights on a busy road connect the new highway to the I-20 interchange.
It is at the intersection of Interstate 65 and Interstate 59/20. It's on the way to Pensacola, Atlanta, Nashville, or Tupelo. It is in the center of the state, more or less and has many scenic and historical attractions.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham is located in the state of Alabama.
Birmingham, Alabama would not pay him enough to perform, but he did pass through Birmingham, Alabama
There are about 258.5 miles between Birmingham, Alabama and Mobile, Alabama.
Alabaster, Alabama is located just south of Birmingham, Alabama on Interstate 65. Many job opportunities can be found in and around Alabaster, Pelham, Helena, Hoover and Birmingham, all within 30 minutes of Alabaster.
To get from Birmingham, AL, to Jasper, AL, you need to be on Interstate 20 East. Get off on the Arkadelphia Road exit (Highway 78). The straightest shot from BHM to Jasper is on highway 78. The QUICKEST way is to take highway 78 from Arkadelphia to Graysville, then get onto Corridor X (future interstate 22) to Jasper.