The bi-partisan infrastructure bill making its way through Congress — could bring a long-awaited interstate through the Selma area.
People in Selma are excited about what an interstate would mean for the area.
“It will be an economic boom. Without a doubt,” said Dallas County resident Timfreit Drane.
People in Selma are eager for a new — five state highway that runs from Georgia — through central Alabama — to Midland-Odessa, Texas to become reality.
The project would bring I-14 right through the Queen City.