The region’s traffic and safety engineer expects the design work to be done next year. It’ll cost another estimated $1.2 million to make the improvements and won’t happen until 2022 at the earliest.
State transportation officials will talk about project options, and discuss some small-scale safety improvements that could be completed in 2022.
With this project, Alaska transportation officials are relying more heavily on public dialogue from Juneau residents.
The recommendation is just one early step in the state Department of Transportation’s process to prioritize and select projects.
Improving the intersection is just an idea for now. There’s no public timeline, mandate or money committed to actually build it.
An 18-year-old man has been indicted on felony charges of manslaughter, criminally negligent homicide and assault in connection with a March 26 crash.
Jessica Louise Billy identified as a passenger in a vehicle that turned in front of oncoming truck
Work begins Monday (June 25) to reconstruct left turn lanes at the Fred Meyer / Yandukin Drive intersection of Egan Drive, which has a long history of accidents, according to the state Transportation Department.