Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities

Bridge inspectors determined that the damaged Tudor Road overpass, over the new Seward Highway bridge, remains structurally sound, however, one bridge girder is damaged and needs to be replaced. Because of this damage, the current traffic patterns will change.

The Legislative Budget and Audit Committee approved $25 million in federal receipt authority for the Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities (DOT&PF) for repairs to earthquake damaged infrastructure. "We appreciate the support of the president and the Federal Highway Administration," said Alaska Gov.

With the restoration of the Glenn Highway northbound and southbound lanes early Dec. 5, essential travel routes have been restored so normal activities can start to resume. Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities (DOT&PF) Commissioner John MacKinnon has been briefing Gov.

With the restoration of the Glenn Highway northbound and southbound lanes early Dec. 5, essential travel routes have been restored so normal activities can start to resume. Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities (DOT&PF) Commissioner John MacKinnon has been briefing Gov.

A magnitude 6.6 earthquake struck Alaska on Nov. 30, centered about 7 mi. north of Anchorage, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities immediately deployed crews to inspect roads and bridges following the quake, while also placing its Alaska Marine Highway System on alert due to Tsunami warnings issued by the National Weather Center; warnings which were subsequently cancelled by the NWS.

The New Seward Highway: Dimond to Dowling Reconstruction is substantially complete with the opening of a new east-west route under the highway, connecting 76th Avenue and Lore Road. The new underpass allows people in the surrounding neighborhoods to move back and forth in the Dimond area without having to enter the higher speed Seward Highway corridor.

The Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities (DOT&PF) will end seasonal maintenance, including snow and ice removal, on the Denali Highway, Taylor Highway, McCarthy Road, Tofty/Tanana Road and the Eureka/Rampart Road in October. DOT&PF does not maintain these highways through the winter.

Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (ADOT&PF) expects to complete a $19 million project to replace the Captain William Henry Moore Bridge on the Klondike Highway near Skagway, Alaska, this fall. Construction began in April 2017, came to a halt in October and resumed in May 2018 due to seasonal weather restrictions.

The Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities (ADOT&PF) is wrapping up a strong construction season across the state, with infrastructure investments of more than $779 million in construction contracts. This total is comprised of 151 projects in 45 communities across the state and includes a mix of highway and airport improvements.

The Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities (ADOT&PF) is wrapping up a strong construction season across the state, with infrastructure investments of more than $779 million in construction contracts. This total is comprised of 151 projects in 45 communities across the state and includes a mix of highway and airport improvements.

The Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities (ADOT&PF) will end seasonal maintenance, including snow and ice removal, on the Denali Highway, Taylor Highway, McCarthy Road, Tofty/Tanana Road and the Eureka/Rampart Road, in October. ADOT&PF does not maintain these highways through the winter.