Mobile River Bridge and Bayway Project Receives Four Responses to Request for Qualifications

Mobile River Bridge and Bayway Project Receives Four Responses to Request for Qualifications

The Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) recently announced that four teams submitted Statements of Qualifications (SOQs) in response to the Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for delivering the Mobile River Bridge and Bayway Project – a 12-mile project that will increase capacity along the Interstate 10 corridor in South Alabama. Four teams submitted applications for the proposed… Continue Reading

Coastal 150 Hosts Inaugural Bourbon by the Bay Event

Coastal 150 Hosts Inaugural Bourbon by the Bay Event

On November 5, 2017, Coastal 150 hosted the inaugural Bourbon on the Bay, where guests sampled from twenty-five premium bourbons and whiskeys while overlooking Mobile River and the Port of Mobile. The event also featured heavy hors d’oeuvres, a selection of wine and local brews, a silent auction and live music. Nearly 200 members and guests enjoyed… Continue Reading

Coastal Alabama Partnership Launches Coastal 150

Coastal Alabama Partnership Launches Coastal 150

Over 90 regional leaders gathered September 6th at GulfQuest Maritime Museum to learn about Coastal Alabama Partnership new membership program, Coastal 150. The goal of the program is to change the way our region engages with elected leaders in Montgomery and to have a greater impact on statewide policies and policy makers. The need for… Continue Reading

2017 Coastal Alabama Legislative Fly-In to Washington, D.C. Impacts Issues Important to the Region

2017 Coastal Alabama Legislative Fly-In to Washington, D.C. Impacts Issues Important to the Region

Forty elected and business leaders from Mobile and Baldwin counties traveled to Washington, D.C. April 25-26, 2017 to showcase collaborative efforts across the Coastal Alabama region. Coordinated by Coastal Alabama Partnership (CAP), the trip is the second-time elected leadership from both sides of the Mobile Bay traveled to the nation’s capital together to meet federal… Continue Reading

Ecotourism in Coastal Alabama

Ecotourism in Coastal Alabama

On Wednesday, May 3rd, members of the 2017 class of Coastal Civic Masters spent time in our Delta, thanks to Wild Native Tours. Over lunch, Chandra Wright with AL/MS Sea Grant Consortium shared ecotourism efforts throughout the region. Then, we heard from our regional destination management leaders, David Clark with Visit Mobile, Herb Malone with Gulf… Continue Reading

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