The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF) is planning to construct road and drainage improvements along the Glenn Highway between MP 66.5 (near King's River) and MP 92 (Near Cascade) as part of the DOT&PF's Preventive Maintenance program. The existing pavement shows signs of deterioration and structural failure. Insufficient drainage ditches and missing, damaged, and/or failing culverts contribute to roadside erosion and structural damage. Guardrails and guardrail end treatments need replaced. Improvements will address short-term immediate needs to extend the useful life and maintain the functional condition of DOT&PF roadways, thereby substantially reducing maintenance efforts and costs.
This project will resurface the highway, reestablish ditches and improve drainage, repair damaged structural sections, repair and replace culverts, install guardrail and guardrail end treatments, and signing and striping. Key goals are to maintain safety and preserve the level of service and function of the existing Glenn Hwy until the Glenn Highway Rehabilitation project can be constructed.
Preliminary Engineering, Survey and Field Activities - In Progress
Final Design - Spring-Summer 2024
Phase 1 Construction - Summer 2025
Phase 2 Construction - Summer 2026
Phase 3 Construction - Summer 2027
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