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Cascade Point terminal, numerous ferry upgrades among local projects potentially impacted.
Kennicott will spend another summer in dock unless more people hired soon, AMHS director says.
A Republican legislator from Wasilla has proposed legalizing some types of gambling aboard Alaska Marine Highway System ships as a way to raise operating revenue… Continue reading
Order ends all existing terms that day; takes away legislative leaders’ appointing of four seats.
Proposed ferry schedule for next summer looks a lot like this year’s — with one possible big exception
Cross-Gulf sailings will resume if enough crew hired; AMHS begins two-week public comment period.
More employees at key positions hired, restoration of cross-Gulf sailings next summer envisioned.
Petersburg man calling attention to what he calls Joseph LeConte’s racist history.
Mainliner specs go to shipbuilders in November while the fate of Matanuska remains unknown.
The night before my team and I were scheduled to fly from Juneau to Haines on Seaplanes with the U.S. Secretary of Transportation, Pete Buttigieg,… Continue reading
DOT expects to issue new request for proposals from U.S. shipyards next month to replace Tustumena.
Motion calls on Dunleavy and Legislature to grant marine director more power.
11 people, two of them crew, were treated in Wrangell and returned to the ship
Newest state ferry suffers failure after carrying Buttigieg from Juneau to Haines.
13-day gap in mainline service in December, but more consistent service to smaller Southeast towns
U.S. transportation secretary meets with tribal and other leaders about ferry, other issues.
Part two of a two-part series about the tricky navigation facing the Alaska Marine Highway System.
The change addresses longstanding issues with AMHS employees getting paid late or the wrong amounts.
Three are currently out of service due to repairs and crew shortages
Five people who do everything from cleaning to commanding the nearly 50-year-old state vessel
DPS and DOT team up on proactive effort to add security to AMHS.