If you’re a regular passenger, or have never taken a bus before, your input is important to the capital city bus system.
A Sitka-based barge line hopes to return to serving Southeast by the end of the year. It depends on a shipping-industry shuffle, where a much larger company is trying to absorb its chief competitor.
Around this time last year, it looked like Adak’s jet service was in jeopardy. Alaska Airlines wanted to stop flying there, and it was only after much back and forth that they conceded to continue serving the community, on a trial basis.
Approximately 100 passengers and employees were evacuated after the smell of diesel fumes started to fill the terminal shortly after a power outage occurred in Mendenhall Valley.
In less than six weeks, the Tustumena ferry is supposed to wrap up repairs and set sail to southwest Alaska. But the shipyard says that delivery date isn’t looking realistic.
In Alaska, there are over a hundred bridges that fall into that obsolete category.
The Juneau Planning Commission could reconsider rejecting of a conditional use permit for a new boat launch and parking area
Acting Juneau International Airport Manager Patty deLaBruere will step into the top spot next month.
The Airport Board selection committee is recommending the board offer … more
Naval architects working on the new shuttle ferry recommend against uncovered car decks. Officials earlier said a partially open deck could save money.
Juneau International Airport’s fiscal year 2014 budget will be more than half a million dollars larger than expected, due mostly to increased supply costs and a new federal requirement that the Juneau Police Department provide security.