Project Number: Z566310000/0A31034
The public meeting will be in an open house format held from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM at each location. Members from the project team will be present to share information about the project and to listen to your questions and input.
Anchorage Public Library
Wednesday, December 6, 2023
Girdwood Community Center
Valley Bible Chalet
Can’t make it to the in-person public meeting? Join us online between December 5, 2023 and January 4, 2023 to view information about the project and to submit your questions and input.
Online Open House:
December 5, 2023- January 4, 2024at safersewardhighwayonline.com
The Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities (DOT&PF) is hosting public meetings for the project that proposes to reconstruct the Seward Highway between mileposts (MP) 98.5 and 118, Bird Flats to Rabbit Creek. The purpose of the proposed project is to improve safety and reliability for all corridor users. The DOT&PF is currently working on an environmental assessment. The project team will present data about the safety problems and progress made since the last open houses.
Many Alaskans use the Seward Highway. This notice is to inform you of possible changes to the Seward Highway and to gather your feedback on potential solutions. Three in-person meetings and a 30-day online open house will be held to give you the opportunity to learn more about the project and tell us what you think about our work to date.
Attend one or all in-person public meetings in Anchorage, Girdwood, and Indian and visit our online open house. Come listen to our presentation at 5:45 p,m, at each location, attend the open house after, and talk with real-life humans who have been working on this project. Have thoughts on the current design concepts? Do you have any concerns about using the Seward highway either as a motorist, bicyclist, pedestrian, or train goer? Do you have thoughts about conceptual renderings? Would you care to make any other comments on the project? Contact the project team!
DOT&PF will work with the public, relay accurate and timely information about the project, and consider your comments and concerns in decision-making. During the environmental review, governed by the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), we will be soliciting public input throughout the process.
You can participate in the Safer Seward Highway Project in several ways:
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