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.
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Prior phases of this project resurfaced Fairview Loop Road between Canter Place and Candywine Road (2015) and realigned Fairview Loop Road at Knik-Goose Bay Road to improve safety (2017).
In response to public comments, the project team will also be evaluating whether to include the following work in the final improvements:
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.
*Schedule is contingent on available funding, right-of-way acquisition progress, and utility relocation progress.