DOT Starts Work On New Gulkana River Boat Ramp

WORK BEGINS Gulkana River Boat Launch  Project Due To End In November  DOT is working at a fast pace along the riverbanks. (September 1st ph...

WORK BEGINS

Gulkana River Boat Launch 
Project Due To End In November 

DOT is working at a fast pace along the riverbanks. (September 1st photo, Country Journal) 

New Boat Ramp Underway At Gulkana River
Official Description of Project From DOT


Project Description and Location
Construct a multi-purpose facility to serve the existing unimproved boat launch site at the Gulkana River Bridge near MP 127 on the Richardson Highway. Work includes construction of new wayside areas and access roads.

Location of project (Photo & graphic, DOT) 


General Expected Traffic Impacts
Traffic impacts should be minimal, for haul units entering and leaving the project site, and for the construction of a new approach. There may be restrictions and delays accessing the existing unimproved shoreline boat launch; we are investigating if construction can be sequenced to avoid high use times.

Project Timeline
Mid-summer - November 2021

Funding Information
This project is 100% funded by the State of Alaska.

Where to find more information
DOT&PF Project Engineer
Jeremy Torres, 907-451-5492, jeremy.torres@alaska.gov
Current Traffic Information
AlaskaNavigator.org and 511.alaska.gov
Northern Region DOT&PF 2021 Construction Information
dot.alaska.gov/nreg/construction






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