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The project logo Kenai Peninsula Transportation Fair 2021

The project logo Kenai Peninsula Transportation Fair 2021

Welcome to the 100% Online Kenai Peninsula Transportation Fair brought to you by the Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities.

Step 1. Please sign to help us with our reporting obligations. We want to we hear from a wide range of voices.

Step 2. Check out the project pages.

Step 3. On Thursday, February 25 from 5 to 7 pm, we will broadcast the event live. You can call into talk to the teams and listen to project overviews. Team members will be available to answer your questions via chat, telephone, and voicemail.

Note: This event will be livestreamed on Facebook and recorded.

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2018 Earthquake Recovery Program

The Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF) is leading a program to construct long-term repairs to damaged infrastructure on State and local roads. DOT&PF evaluated more than...

Alaska Railroad

Since the completion of the main line in 1923, the Alaska Railroad (ARRC) has grown into a full-service freight and passenger railroad, connecting ports and communities to the metro hubs of Anchorage and...

Anchor Point Road Pavement Preservation: Old Sterling Highway to beach parking lot

Resurface Anchor Point Beach Road from Old Sterling Highway to end of road at beach parking lot. This project may also include Signing and Drainage improvements.

Cohoe Loop Road Pavement Preservation: Sterling Highway to Cohoe Beach Road

Resurface Cohoe Loop Rd. Between Southern intersection with Sterling Highway (MP 0) and the intersection with Cohoe Beach Road (MP 9).

Donald E. Gilman River Center

The Donald E. Gilman River Center is a multi-agency permitting, information and education center.Four agencies work cooperatively to protect the rivers of the Kenai Peninsula, its watersheds, and...

Funny River Road Pavement Preservation: Milepost 2.5 to end of the road

This project will resurface Funny River Road from milepost 2.5 to the end of the road at milepost 17. The project will include bridge work, roadside hardware, and some drainage improvements.

Guardrail Inventory and Upgrade

This project will prepare an inventory by evaluating existing guardrail segments, end terminals, and associated hardware along several routes in Central Region for damage and adherence to current DOT&PF...

Homer Airport Improvements

The purpose of this project is to extend the useful life of runway and taxiway infrastructure at the Homer Airport. This project proposes to rehabilitate the pavement and Runway Safety Area for Runway...

Environmental Assessment

Environmental investigations and analysis of design options are currently in progress and will continue throughout 2021. Virtual public meetings specific to this project will be held later this year to provide more detailed information about the proposed work and schedule, and to receive input from airport users and the public.


Preliminary design engineering is currently underway and will continue through 2021. Design completion is anticipated in early 2022.


Advertising for construction bids is anticipated in spring 2022. Construction is planned for the summer seasons of 2022 and 2023.

During construction, portions of the airfield will be closed to aircraft traffic. Aircraft access to the commercial and general aviation aprons will be maintained throughout construction. The runway will remain operational at half-width to facilitate takeoffs and landings while construction is underway on the closed half.

Homer: Lake Street Rehabilitation

The Homer Lake Street project will rehabilitate Lake Street between the Sterling Highway and Pioneer Avenue/East End Road. The project is intended to extend the life of the roadway, improve pedestrian...

Homer: East Hill Road Pavement Preservation, East End to Skyline

This is a preventative maintenance project for resurfacing East Hill Rd from East End Rd to Skyline Dr. This will include signing, striping, guardrail, drainage improvements and some utility upgrades/relocation.

Homer: West Hill Road Pavement Preservation

Project Purpose and DescriptionThe purpose of this project is to extend the useful life of West Hill Road. This project proposes to rehabilitate the existing pavement from the Sterling Highway to...


The project is currently in the final stages of design and is anticipated to be completed in summer 2021.


Advertising for construction bids is anticipated in the winter of 2021/2022 with construction occuring during the summer season of 2022.

Infrastructure Report Card

Our infrastructure may be the most important and least appreciated part of our everyday lives. We expect the roads, rail, ports, and airports to be maintained and to allow us to travel and ship freight...

Kachemak Drive Pavement Preservation: Sterling Highway to East End Road

Resurface Kachemak Bay Drive from Sterling Highway to East End Road.

Kenai Peninsula Borough Road Service Area

The Kenai Peninsula Borough Road Service Area (RSA) maintains over 645 miles (95% is gravel and 5% is paved) of roads. The RSA is divided into five regions, Central, West, North, East and South. Each...

Kenai River Flats Facility Improvements

The project will construct approximately 500 feet of ADA compliant elevated walkway along the banks of the Kenai River and four sets of stairs to provide access to the river. Interpretive sites...

Kenai Spur Rehabilitation Phase II & Advance Utility Relocation

The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF), in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), is developing a project to rehabilitate and widen the Kenai Spur...

Old Sterling Highway: Anchor River Bridge Replacement

The existing through-truss bridge was installed in 1942 and has been retrofitted several times to extend its usable life-span. Load restrictions have been implemented on the bridge, inconveniencing local...

Quartz Creek Bridge Replacement

The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF), in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), has developed a project to replace the existing Quartz Creek bridge...

Seldovia Bay Ferry

Seldovia Village Tribe owns and operates Seldovia Bay Ferry and is proud to serve our Kachemak Bay communities through reliable transportation at a low-cost rate. The Kachemak Voyager operates 4 sailings...

Seward Public Works Department

Responsible for operations of the Water and Wastewater utilities, the Street Department, the City Shop, and limited Municipal Building maintenance. It is our mission to provide the City of Seward residents...

Seward Airport Improvements (Project: 54857)

The Resurrection River at Seward Airport in Seward, Alaska, floods the Main Runway (13/31) on a regular basis and often multiple times a year causing repetitive runway closures and costly repairs. In order...

Seward Highway Pavement Preservation: Seward to Grouse Creek (Milepost 0-8)

The State of Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities (DOT&PF) is proposing improvements to the Seward Highway from MP 0 at the intersection of Railway Avenue in Seward to MP 8 near...

Seward Highway Rehabilitation: Primrose to Lawing (Milepost 17 to 22.5)

Rehabilitate and improve the safety of 5.5 miles of the Seward Highway between the communities of Moose Pass and Seward, Alaska. Includes replacement of Victor Cr. bridge and rehabilitation of the two...

Seward Highway Rehabilitation: Trail River to Sterling Wye (Milepost 25.5 to 36)

The Seward Highway MP 25.5 to 36 Rehabilitation project is considered a “3R” project; it will resurface, restore, and rehabilitate the corridor, and by doing so improve the driving surface,...

Design & Plan Development


Seward Highway Rehabilitation: Girdwood Intersection to Ingram Creek (Milepost 75 to 90)

The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF), in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), is rehabilitating approximately 15 miles of the Seward Highway...

Seward Highway and Alyeska Highway Intersection Improvements

The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF) is starting the Seward Hwy & Alyeska Hwy Intersection Improvement project which seeks to improve the capacity, operation and...

Snow River Bridges Nonmotorized Pathway as Environmental Mitigation for Sterling Highway Milepost 45‐60

This project will install a pedestrian bridge on the center channel snow river bridge to accommodate the construction of a new trail by the U.S. Forrest Service. The bridge will feature an experimental...

Soldotna Municipal Airport: Runway 7-25 Rehabilitation

The Runway 7-25 Rehabilitation project will pulverize the existing asphalt surface of the runway and repave it. The centerline profile of the eastern 2000 feet of the runway will be adjusted to remove...

Sterling Highway Reconstruction: Sunrise Inn to Skilak Lake Road (Milepost 45-60)

Built in the 1940s and 1950s, the Sterling Highway was originally constructed as a gravel road and not designed for the amount of traffic it sees today. In the late 1970s, the Alaska Department of Transportation...

Sterling Safety Corridor Improvements: Sterling to Soldotna (Milepost 82.5-94)

The purpose of this project is to address the safety concerns that led to a Highway Safety Corridor designation on this section of the Sterling Highway. This project will seek environmental clearance and...

Sterling Highway Improvements: Anchor Point to Baycrest Hill (Milepost 157-169)

This project will restore the structural integrity, improve safety, reduce congestion, and improve travel efficiency of the project corridor. Specifically, the project will include:Rehabilitating...

DOT&PF Civil Rights Office

The Civil Rights Office is committed to ensuring equal opportunity for all businesses and personnel on Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF) projects. It is the policy...

DOT&PF Maintenance & Operations

The Department’s Maintenance and Operations personnel are responsible for the day-to-day operation and maintenance of the State’s transportation system. This includes the safe and efficient...

DOT&PF Planning

It All Starts With Planning

DOT&PF Right-of-Way

Welcome to the Transportation Fair Right of Way page. Continue reading to find out more about Right of Way Permits, ATV Use, Snow Disposal, Requests to Purchase or Lease Right of Way,  and much...

DOT&PF Traffic & Safety

Traffic and Safety engineers focus on improving the safety and operations of highway infrastructure. They coordinate with other safety experts who work on education, enforcement, and emergency response....

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