- Subscriber Center
- Outdoors and Recreation
- Arts and Entertainment
- About Us
Matanuska delayed as repair work continues
Jan. 24 sailing to Bellingham canceled.
Infrastructure act will boost ferries, but winter service still sparse
New funds, old problems.
State moves ahead with replacement of Tustumena
The state has other plans for updating the marine highway.
Alaska offers 58-year-old ferry for free to the Philippines
Gov. Mike Dunleavy offered to give the Malaspina ferry away in a letter last month to the Philippines consul general in San Francisco.
Bill to create new AMHS board heads to governor
It’s been a years-long effort.
Bill that would reshape AMHS leadership moves forward
Ideological divide over the word ‘highway.’
Lack of planning hampers AMHS, lawmakers say
Uncertainty hurts business.
Storm delays Kennicott sailing
A winter storm will alter the schedule for the next two weeks.
Long-awaited ferry reshaping report released
Read the full report here.
Sailings canceled after ferry passengers test positive for COVID-19
Ferry crew to be tested.
Ferry workers strike continues; State says strike ‘illegal’
Ferry workers strike, and the state strikes back
Ferry system braces for budget cuts
Dwindling budget could mean loss of services.
Legislature’s mistake may shut down ferry system
A legislative mistake may mean a spring shutdown of the Alaska Marine Highway. Pat Pitney, director of the Alaska Office of Management and Budget warned… Continue reading