14th Street North
14th Street begins at the northern end of 14th Street South, emerging from the 14th Street underpass underneath the railroad tracks of the Railroad Reservation. From there it first crosses Morris Avenue and continues north past 9th Avenue North and ending short of I-20/59. There is an additional short section of the street in Fountain Heights between 11th and 12th Avenue North.
The 2004 City Center Master Plan recommended "greening" 14th Street as a walkable corridor connecting UAB and the Railroad Park on Southside to the Entrepreneurial Center and the Birmingham Social Security Administration Center downtown. A $1.3 million landscape improvement project, including new sidewalks and paving, was begun in December 2009. The project was funded largely with federal money.
- For an alphabetical list of locations, see the 14th Street North category.
- 14th Street underpass (Railroad Reservation; continues south as 14th Street South)
- Morris Avenue intersection (east only; terminus of downtown section)
- 1st Avenue North intersection (U. S. Highway 11)
- 2nd Avenue North intersection, former location of Hudgins' fountain
- former location of Pizitz Tire Center
- 3rd Avenue North intersection
- 4th Avenue North intersection
- 5th Avenue North intersection
- 6th Avenue North intersection
- 7th Avenue North intersection
- 8th Avenue North intersection
- 9th Avenue North intersection
- Cooper, Lauren B. (December 8, 2009) "$1.3M downtown upgrade project set to start." Birmingham Business Journal