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       ROAD CLOSURE

FAIRBANKS AREA SIGNAL UPGRADES ROAD CONSTRUCTION through the season
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What You Need to Know
  • Construction crews are currently working from 7:00pm to 6:00am at the intersection of Steese Highway and 10th Avenue. Work is expected to continue through the week of September 18. 
  • Construction crews are also working at the intersection of Lathrop Street and Mitchell Expressway.
  • Work will progress at intersections along Airport Way, including Sportsman-Old Airport Way, Washington Drive, Market Street, Wilbur Street, Lathrop Street, and Barnette Street-Gillam Way.
  • Upcoming construction is also scheduled for the Airport Way-Gaffney Road and at the Richardson Highway and Steese Highway intersection.
Traffic Impacts

During Phase 1 of this project, expect minimal traffic impacts. In some areas the sidewalks will be CLOSED to foot traffic. Pedestrian DETOUR routes will be posted. Please plan to follow all construction signs. Please expect shoulder work during the day and LANE CLOSURES during the night.

Project End Result

The Department of Transportation, in cooperation with HC Contractors, Inc. is working to upgrade and install traffic poles, signs, lights, and signals at 38 intersections throughout the Fairbanks area. This project is scheduled to be complete by September of 2019.

Contractor Information
HC Contractors, Inc
Contractor Number
907-687-2162
DOT Number
907-388-9834

Special Accommodations Contact:

Those people who reside in construction zones and may require special accommodations should call the DOT Highway Construction Engineer at 907-269-0450 (TTY 907-269-0473).

Safety in all construction zones:

  • Traffic fines are double
  • Watch for changing driving surfaces
  • Watch for reduced speed limits
  • Be alert to and follow directions of flaggers
  • Drive with headlights on
  • Allow additional time when traveling
  • Watch for equipment and workers