DOT's trailer tow plow to save operating costs and free up a snow plow truck for other Juneau roads
After nearly two weeks, the Alaska Department of Transportation says the Richardson Highway in the Keystone Canyon area could reopen as soon as Wednesday.
The state hopes to award a contract for construction of the vessels to a shipyard this summer.
The State Department of Public Safety is reviewing its safety procedures following a helicopter crash that took the lives of three men in March of last year.
Alaska Department of Transportation continues to monitor the Richardson Highway after avalanches over the weekend cutoff road access to the city of Valdez.
"Everybody jumps in to make sure it’s contained rapidly," says airport manager Patty deLaBruere.
"It’s life or death. If it’s not there then none of us can operate."
"Service into Riverside brings service to a lot of people who aren’t served now," says Geoff Slater with Nelson/Nygaard
The proposal calls for landfill operator Waste Management to continue shipping the city’s processed sewage sludge to the Lower 48 for the next five years.
Alaska Electric Light & Power tweeted Wednesday afternoon that all power had been restored out the road.