Seward Hwy MP 17-22.5 Rehabilitation

July 7, 2017

The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF), in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) will rehabilitate and improve the safety of 5.5 miles of the Seward Highway between the communities of Moose Pass and Seward, Alaska.  
Project Update
DOT&PF is still working hard on the Seward Highway 17-22.5 Rehabilitation Project. DOT&PF is currently: 
  • Working directly with property owners to purchase Right-Of-Way to improve the highway.
  • Coordinating with the United States Forest Service on the design of the new trailhead at Victor Creek.
  • Working with utility companies on designs of utility relocations.
  • Working with geologists and geotechnical engineers to refine the design.
  • Coordinating with Alaska Railroad Corporation for the proposed work on the railroad tracks.
  • Designing to 95% to be ready for an internal review. 
Project Schedule


Visit our Website
Our project website, www.sewardhighway17to22.com, includes information on the project's purpose, schedule, design, outreach events, and more.  Be sure to read the responses to our "Frequently Asked Questions."

Feel free to contact us at info@sewardhighway17to22.com with any questions or comments.

***Note: Joining our e-mail list is a great way to stay up-to-date and to learn about opportunities to be involved in the process.  Please forward this message to others that may have an interest.

 
For more information, visit www.sewardhighway17to22.com , email us at info@sewardhighway17to22.com  or contact Clint Adler, P.E. at 907-269-0544

The DOT&PF operates Federal Programs without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. Full Title VI Nondiscrimination Policy:   dot.alaska.gov/tvi_statement.shtml.  To file a complaint go to:  dot.alaska.gov/cvlrts/titlevi.shtml.
 
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 Allison Biastock at 907-644-2167 to make necessary arrangements. Individuals with a hearing impairment can contact Relay Alaska at 711 for assistance.