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Federal/State Project No: CFHWY00130

Sterling Highway Milepost 82 to 94


graphic representation of the start and end of the project along the Sterling Highway

The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities is proposing to improve safety and reduce congestion for the people and freight traveling along the Sterling Highway between Sterling and Soldotna. This project will address the safety concerns that led to a Highway Safety Corridor designation on this section of the Sterling Highway in 2009.

The proposed project may include:

  • Four-lane divided highway with depressed median
  • Median breaks approximately every half mile
  • Separated bike/pedestrian pathway north of the highway
  • Turn lanes
  • Intersection realignments
  • Continuous highway lighting

Note: The design will not change the existing five-lane highway configuration in Sterling or Soldotna.

Project Area Map

project area map


schedule shown in graphic table

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Public Meetings & Materials


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