Fairview Loop Rehabilitation Project
The State of Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF) design efforts for a project to rehabilitate Fairview Loop Road from its connection with Parks Highway on the east to its connection with Knik-Goose Bay Road on the west are well underway. The 11-mile project will be phased to match available funding and ease construction impacts. Improvements consist of adding 4-foot shoulders; separate multi-use pathway, and minor realignments based on motor vehicle crash history.
In late 2012, the DOT&PF split the project to speed project delivery. Two design teams are working to develop the design and construction documents.
Click on the project segment of interest on the following map to read more about that project – its team, scope, schedule and funding status.
Download Project Overview Map, Updated May 2012 - pdf
How To Stay Informed...
The public process is underway. Let us know if you want to receive information about the project. You can do this in several ways:
Send an email to the public participation coordinator or
Log onto www.brooks-alaska.com and sign up to receive email on the project by entering your email in the “Join a B&A Project List” (see example)
Call one of the project team members listed on the right and request to be added to contact lists