Alaska's Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) is a federally-mandated program managed by the DOT&PF to reduce fatalities and serious injuries due to crashes on Alaskan roads. The existing intersection at Wasilla-Fishhook Road and Spruce Avenue/Peck Street has experienced a pattern of angle crashes. These crashes occur when vehicles fail to stop at the side street approaches or misjudge gaps in the mainline of traffic. As traffic volumes in the area are expected to grow, the frequency and severity of these angled crashes are also anticipated to increase.
This project's primary goal is to reduce the potential for multi-vehicle injury and fatal crashes at the intersection. To improve overall safety and traffic flow, intersection upgrades will include:
Please contact the project team with comments, questions, or concerns.
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