Glenn Highway MP 53-56 Reconstruction Project - Moose Creek Canyon
Our project team will be participating in the
Mat-Su Borough Transportation Fair*
September 28, 3-7PM
Curtis D. Menard Memorial Sports Center
1001 S Clapp Street, Wasilla, Alaska
The purpose of the Glenn Highway, MP 53-56 Reconstruction - Moose Creek Canyon Project is to improve a section of road that currently has an undesirable steep grade and tight curves with limited sight distances. The proposed realignment would move the existing highway on the west bluff of the canyon and rejoin the existing alignment on the east bluff via a new, two-lane bridge.
On Thursday, September 28 from 3-7 PM, project team members from the Glenn Highway MP 53-56 Reconstruction will be at the 2017 Mat-Su Borough Transportation Fair at the Curtis D. Menard Memorial Sports Center, 1001 S Clapp Street in Wasilla, Alaska. The fair is an opportunity for the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF) to solicit your feedback on the project and to respond to your questions.
Our project design is approximately 75% complete. Materials at the fair will provide an update on the project's design concepts, scope, and schedule. We want to hear from you about the design and how to minimize potential construction impacts during the estimated 2 year construction period, anticipated to begin in 2021.
*The fair is a free community event sponsored by DOT&PF and other public agencies, and is designed to provide attendees an opportunity to view information on many transportation projects underway in the Mat-Su Borough. You can read more about the Mat-Su Transportation Fair on the event website: http://matsutranspofair.blogspot.com
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The DOT&PF complies with Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Individuals with disabilities who may need auxiliary aids, services, and/or special modifications to participate in this project should contact Julie Jessen at 907-644-2075 to make necessary arrangements. Individuals with a hearing impairment can contact Relay Alaska at 711 for assistance.