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Fairview Loop Road Pathway & Safety Improvements Project Number: NFHWY00748/Pending

An Open House is being held Thursday May 30, 2024 from 5:30 – 7:30 PM at the Fairview Loop Baptist Church, 3118 West Fairview Loop Rd, Wasilla, AK 99654. We will be presenting concepts for the Hayfield/Lupine and Patty Drive intersections. Staff will be available to answer any questions you might have about the project as well.

The Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities (DOT&PF), in cooperation with the Alaska Division of the Federal Highways Administration (FHWA), is currently developing the Fairview Loop Pathway & Safety Improvements project to improve pedestrian and vehicular safety and reduce maintenance costs on Fairview Loop Road in Wasilla, AK.

Proposed Improvements

Project area map
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There have been two past projects completed in the Fairview Loop corridor. In 2015, Fairview Loop was resurfaced between Canter Place and Candywine Road as a 1R (pavement preservation) project and in 2017, the intersections of Knik-Goose Bay Road with South Clapp Street and Fairview Loop were realigned into a single, signalized intersection and turn lanes were added to improve safety.

In response to public comments, the project team will be evaluating whether to include the following concepts into the

Fairview Loop final scope of improvements:

  • Intersection improvements at Hayfield Road/Lupine Lane
  • Extending the pathway from Lookout Drive to Fern Street
  • Improved roadside drainage
  • Improved side street and driveway approaches
  • Improved signage and striping from Top of the World Circle to Fireweed Road
  • Locations for additional roadside hazard mitigation (guardrail)


A new federal project has been established for the design and construction of the Fairview Loop project. The wholly state funded project (Project No. Z560200000) remains active and right-of-way acquisitions are ongoing for the safety improvements east of Fern Street. The federal environmental process is expected to take approximately 1 year to complete, and project design, right-of-way and utility relocation designs will continue in parallel.


Project schedule
*Schedule is contingent on available funding, right-of-way acquisition progress, and utility relocation progress.