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DOT corridor study public meeting
Even if you do not want to make any comments, your presence at the meeting will speak volumes.
When the Kinross truck configuration was released to the public, ASAH received numerous questions, voices of concern, and objections to it. We've compiled a summary of those questions and concerns (including from truckers and experts in highway maintenance and...
Ore Haul Noise and Vibration Study
The study was completed prior to the route change from the Richardson Highway through Fairbanks and back to the Steese Highway, thereby missing most of the portion through town.
Snow tornadoes pose serious safety issue for drivers
Whiteout conditions pose a serious safety concern for drivers following large vehicles on highways. Poor lighting and road conditions increase the danger.
The Long Combination Vehicle (LCV): Legalized Weapons on Our Highways
A very knowledgeable Canadian trucker speaks out in this video about the dangers of Long Combination Vehicle on public highways.
Imagine adding 95′ ore trucks to this situation
Vehicles passing graders going south on the Richardson Highway show the dangers of normal traffic plus large vehicles on narrow roads. Video courtesy of R. Hupprich.
Unsafe road conditions occurring more often
Drastic and rapid changes in road surface conditions are more likely given increasingly common mid-winter rains in Interior Alaska.
Citizens For Clean Air joins ASAH in clean air efforts
Both groups are fighting to keep dangerous pollutants out of the air we breathe.
A Call for Voices
Just because you can do something, doesn’t mean it is wise to do so.
Corridor study begins October 31
Kickoff meeting with Kinney Engineering to discuss scope of work for study.
DOT corridor study awarded
A Notice of Intent to Award the Tetlin to Ft. Knox transportation corridor study to Alaska-based Kinney Engineering LLC was announced this week.
DOT corridor study proposals reviewed
Notice of Intent to Award to be published this week.