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Hetl Qenq’a will also serve as a hub for the upcoming Kahtnu Area Transit, a fixed route public bus service
The Dec. 8 crash killed 2
Plans for Kenaitze Indian Tribe’s Kahtnu Area Transit move forward
The department said its goal is to reduce brine use overall in the region by 40%
Vehicle corrosion and associated costs, threats to public safety and environmental impacts were the top concerns
Kahtnu Area Transit will be available to the general public
The blasting work being done is part of the Seward Milepost 17-22.5 Rehabilitation Project
Multiple people, including automotive workers, testified in opposition to the use of the salt brine
The long-planned project aims to reduce traffic congestion through Cooper Landing
Project leaders on a proposed fixed-route bus service for the central Kenai Peninsula are requesting public input on what the scope of that service should… Continue reading
Studded tires will be allowed on all parts of the Sterling Highway until the May 15 deadline
The goal is to create a task force who can regularly meet and move forward on the issue
The funds were made available through the Safe Streets and Roads for All program
A previous extension of the road was completed in 2021 and came after years of work.
The stretch of highway runs roughly between the two entrances of Skilak Wildlife Recreation Area
The work is in part of ongoing work related to the May 7 landslide
The stretch highway to be improved reaches from Fred Meyer in Soldotna to the bridge over Moose River in Sterling
The first phase of the project widened the highway between Swires Road and Eagle Rock Drive
The money was made available under the American Rescue Plan Act.
The regulations drew safety concerns when first proposed earlier this year.