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Plowing will happen faster on priority one roads.
“This was Alaska people making Alaska proud.”
The fencing stretches all the way across the bridge.
Construction could take place next year for both.
John MacKinnon is the outgoing executive director of the Associated General Contractors of Alaska.
It’s an exit sign. On Tuesday, Anchorage Superior Court Judge Herman Walker Jr. approved a settlement concluding a lawsuit that challenged Alaska’s anti-billboard law. The… Continue reading
Some residents of the small town of Gustavus, near Glacier Bay National Park, are relying on state-provided drinking water after testing of private wells showed… Continue reading
The Alaska Department of Transportation has begun accepting bids for a long-delayed project that will bring big changes to downtown Juneau traffic. At a community… Continue reading
The State of Alaska is looking for someone who enjoys working with explosives and coping with avalanches. Last week, the Alaska Department of Transportation and… Continue reading
Even though it’s only 14 years old, the fast ferry Fairweather is laying up for the season and its future is uncertain.
The Alaska Department of Transportation and the state chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union appear to have reached partial agreement on the issue of campaign signs along state roads.
For the second year in a row, the City and Borough of Juneau is getting a federal grant to help bring an electric bus to the city.
They’re the signs of the times, and they’re causing problems. On Thursday, the Alaska chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union joined the group Dunleavy… Continue reading
Nineteen months after Gov. Bill Walker killed the Juneau Access Project, the federal government has signed the death certificate.
The Alaska Department of Transportation will hold a public meeting next week to discuss one of Juneau’s most dangerous traffic intersections. On Dec. 12, DOT… Continue reading