Seward Highway Corridor Study, Milepost 0 to 90
Help us better understand and guide the future of the Seward Highway from Seward to Girdwood
Join us for the first public meeting on March 4th, 2021. Click here for details.
Welcome and Overview
Why a corridor study? How is it relevant to you?
Join us to guide the future of the Seward Highway Corridor. Through this process we will bring together residents, agencies and partners together to:
- Create a vision for the Seward Highway Corridor. The study process brings agencies, partners and communities together to set a unified vision and goals for the Seward Highway corridor.
- Explore how the corridor has changed over time. The study synthesizes data on traffic, safety and access to guide recommendations. It will also quantify planned and potential growth and development, including population growth, land development, increasing recreation/tourism, and different corridor functions and users.
- Tell us what’s needed. The study identifies issues, challenges and opportunities along the corridor and will recommend solutions to improve the corridor into the future.
- Help guide decision makers. The study will guide agency leadership and partners in making decisions.
What are the study area boundaries?
See the image to the right or click here for a larger image
Who is leading the planning process?
The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF) with assistance from a consulting team.
A Stakeholder Working Group of community, tribal and agency representatives will provide feedback on the planning process, help collect data, and gather input on plan findings and recommendations.
Updated schedule coming soon!
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- Submit your comments here:
- Contact us by phone or email: see contact information below.
Review and share your thoughts on draft products:
- Stakeholder Working Group Meeting #1, May 7, 2020
- Stakeholder Working Group Meeting #2, August 19, 2020
Send us your comments, questions or concerns: