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Some intersections are closed and others limited as construction moves forward.
Summer in Juneau can smell a lot like hot asphalt.
The $27 million overhaul is almost ready to take off.
The structure is rapidly progressing, shouldering aside inclement weather.
Work continues without presence of more than a million visitors.
The Glory Hall hopes to begin site prep on the new campus within months.
Lack of tourist traffic have allowed for a bit of speeding.
The project is ticking right along, according to the DOT.
Treadwell Ditch Trail is one among many trails recieving some TLC.
The work begins Friday morning and should be done by Sunday.
Traffic delays may be closer than they appear.
Work is coming to downtown, Lemon Creek, and the Valley.
The work begins this week, release says.
Harbors deepened, rocks demolished: Statter Harbor is getting a makeover.
It’s that season.
It will be “a challenge” to navigate it smoothly.
They’re looking for public comment.
City officials hope the road will serve as the foundation of development on the backside of Douglas.
Lots in the subdivision likely won’t go up for sale until next spring.
As construction continues in downtown Juneau, the intersection of North Franklin and Second streets will be partially closed Friday. According to an email from City… Continue reading