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Prince William Sound Transportation Plan
   Sound transportation for the future

The Prince William Sound Transportation Plan was approved on July 15, 2001. The plan represents a three-year interactive process involving regional leaders, planners from the Department's three regional staffs and the Division of Progam Development (formerly the Statewide Planning Division), and a multi-disciplined consulting team led by Parsons Brinckerhoff's Seattle office. The plan forecasts regionally-significant transportation system needs for the upcoming twenty-year period and recommends improvements to meet those needs. Highlighting the plan is a recommendation for the purchase and deployment of high-speed vehicle ferries to Prince William Sound by the Alaska Marine Highway System.

Preliminary Technical Memoranda - Note: Some information contained in these documents may have been revised by later documents and/or the final plan.

The below files are in PDF format.


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Site Updated April 2012