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|Winter Conditions Vary. Response times depend on the severity and length of each winter storm.|
|PRIORITY LEVEL 1|
|high-volume, high-speed highways, expressways, minor highways, all safety corridors and other major urban and community routes. May take up to 12 hours to clear after a winter storm.|
|PRIORITY LEVEL 2|
|routes of lesser priority based on traffic volume, speeds and uses. Typically, these are major highways and arterials connecting communities. May take up to 18 hours to clear after a winter storm.|
|PRIORITY LEVEL 3|
|major local roads or collector roads located in larger urban communities. May take up to 24 hours to clear after a winter storm.|
|PRIORITY LEVEL 4|
|minor local roads that provide residential or recreational access. May take up to 30 hours to clear after a winter storm.|
|PRIORITY LEVEL 5|
|roadways that are designated as “No Winter Maintenance” routes, e.g. Denali Highway or Taylor Highway. Generally cleared only in spring to open road for summer traffic.|
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PLEASE NOTE: Most sidewalks are assigned the same priority level as the adjacent roadway, but will have a different level of service and response time due to the availability of resources.
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