Skip to content

Juneau – Egan Drive Resurfacing 10th Street to Main Street

picture of Egan Drive

Federal Project #NHS 093-2(47) /
State Project #69393 & #69450

The purpose of the proposed project is to improve transportation safety on Egan Drive for motorized and non-motorized traffic and to prevent failure of the retaining wall on Egan Drive near Merchants Wharf.

Current Project Information

DOT&PF would resurface Egan Drive and enhance pedestrian and bicycle facilities from 10th Street to Main Street. Specific project details are depicted in the preliminary drawings on the Project Documents page.

The project would:

  • Resurface Egan Drive from 10th Street to Main Street
  • Improve and add pedestrian crossing opportunities by reducing the number and/or width of driving lanes
  • Widen sidewalks
  • Construct bike lanes
  • Repair sections of retaining wall under the Merchant’s Wharf building
  • Rehabilitate the Gold Creek Bridge (incl. asphalt, rails and signs)
  • Slip lining some existing culverts
  • Widen Egan Drive seaward by constructing a mechanically stabilized earth (MSE) wall along approximately 1,200 linear feet between West Eighth Street and Whittier St
  • Remove and replace storm drainage systems that drain into Gastineau Channel
  • Relocate electrical and telephone utility boxes impacted by the project
  • Replace luminaires and traffic signals including electrical conduits
  • Replace signs and install new way finding signs to direct pedestrian and bicycle traffic

Project Schedule - As of April 2018

DOT&PF is developing the project, below is the tentative schedule:
  • Summer 2018 - Advertise project and award to construction contractor
  • Between Late Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 - Begin Construction
  • Fall 2020 – Finish Construction

This page last updated: 2/9/18