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Bogard Road Pavement Preservation Main St. to Trunk Rd.

State/Federal Project No: CFHWY00723/0001703
Project Overview

The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF), in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), is proposing to resurface Bogard Road. The purpose of the proposed project is to extend the service life of the facility.

map view of the affected roadways
Right of Way

Public Use Easements and/or Temporary Construction Easements may be required in some areas. Permanent ROW acquisitions are not anticipated.

Current Work

Final design is underway, and the environmental document has been completed and will be updated prior to construction.


Preliminary Design/Env. Document: Fall 2022 - Winter 2022
Final Design: Winter 2022 - Spring 2024


The start of construction is dependent on many factors, including availability of funding and coordination with other proposed projects. Currently, this project is anticipated to begin construction in Summer 2025 or later.


~$10 million, including design, utility relocation, and construction.

Proposed Work:
  • Structural section repairs (dig-outs)
  • Drainage improvements
  • Minor ADA compliant curb ramp improvements
  • Pavement markings and sign replacement
  • Replacement of roadside hardware
  • Relocation of utilities
  • Brush clearing
Contact and Comment

If you have any questions or comments for the project team, contact us using the information below.

DOT&PF - Highway Design
Chris Bentz, P.E.
Project Manager
Phone: 907-269-0652
DOT&PF - Environmental Section
Roy Dahlstrom
Environmental Impact Analyst
Phone: 907-269-0533
HDL Engineering Consultants, LLC
Shawn Hull, P.E.
Project Manager
Phone: 907-746-5230


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