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The cost to the state for docking an Alaska ferry that has been idled for nearly two years is close to $900,000 a year, with… Continue reading
Teleconferences are scheduled for early September.
The state of Alaska is trying to dispose of a 58-year-old ferry.
It’s been a years-long effort.
Despite supposition, float not from famed AHMS ferry.
A more stable ferry system.
No close contacts with passengers identified.
Ideological divide over the word ‘highway.’
They’ll be headed to Spain soon.
In it for the long haul?
Uncertainty hurts business.
The cat made the last leg of the trip to Haines Tuesday after a solo expedition.
No bomb was located, a JPD spokesperson said.
A teleconference is set for Feb. 8.
A winter storm will alter the schedule for the next two weeks.
Sailings are from Juneau to Hoonah and Gustavus.
How much more can you cut?
Read the full report here.
The state Department of Transportation issued a public notice of the bidding process Thursday.
Are regional systems the answer?