Hidden Way Lane

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Hidden Way Lane is a mostly residential street in Trussville.

The street was originally constructed in the mid-1990s as part of the Hidden Trace subdivision. In the early 2000s it was extended to connect to Mary Taylor Road, just outside the eastern end of the Eastern Area Landfill, which connected Hidden Trace and the newly built subdivisions along Magnolia Heights Road to Gadsden Highway.

Hidden Way Lane is home to the Trussville City Schools' Magnolia Elementary School, which opened in 2016. As part of the school's opening, Hidden Way Lane's western terminus was redesigned from a T-intersection with a stop sign to flow directly onto Mary Taylor Road for better ease of travel for school and local traffic.

References

  • Lloyd, Gary (November 10, 2014) "Trussville rezones land for future elementary school." Trussville Tribune