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       ROAD CLOSURE

MINNESOTA DRIVE, SEWARD HIGHWAY to TUDOR ROAD PAVEMENT PRESERVATION ROAD CONSTRUCTION through the season
Road Closure

Beginning 9:00pm Friday, August 23 to 5:30am Monday, August 26 the eastbound lanes of O'Malley Road, will be CLOSED from Old Seward Highway to the northbound off-ramp of the New Seward Highway. The southbound off-ramp from New Seward Highway to O’Malley Road and the southbound on-ramp from O’Malley Road to New Seward Highway, will also be CLOSED. Please follow posted DETOUR ROUTES.

What You Need to Know
  • Crews are working nightly from 8:00pm to 6:00am, and drivers should expect LANE RESTRICTIONS, with flagging operations and reduced speeds.
  • Please be aware of workers and equipment in the roadway.
  • During daytime hours be aware of workers and equipment on the shoulders.
  • Please be aware, the current posted speed limit of 60 MPH will be reduced to 50 MPH in the near future. 
Project End Result

The Alaska Department of Transportation, in cooperation with QAP, is working to build an additional lane to Minnesota Drive from International Airport Road to Raspberry Road. Crews will be working on Minnesota Drive, from the Seward Highway to Tudor Road, to install planing, paving, drainage, signing and striping. Crews are also working on Minnesota Drive, from Weaving Lane/International Airport Road to Raspberry Road to installing grading, paving, lighting, signing and striping. 

Contractor Information

QAP

Contractor Number
907-522-2211
DOT Number
907-522-5055

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