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       ROAD CLOSURE

HSIP: PALMER-WASILLA HIGHWAY, CENTER LEFT-TURN LANE WIDENING ROAD CONSTRUCTION through the season
Road Closure

Beginning 6:00am Saturday, May 30 through 5:30am Thursday, June 4, the Palmer-Wasilla Highway will be CLOSED between Hurley Drive and Cottonwood Creek. One-lane access will be maintained for residents and businesses in the area. Drivers should be alert to PILOT CAR operations. Please follow the posted DETOUR ROUTES via the Parks Highway and Seward Meridian Parkway. 

What You Need to Know
  • Lanes are being shifted over from Hurley Drive to the Seward Meridian Parkway. Drivers should expect flagging operations as crews perform utility work. Pathway flagging is ongoing for pedestrian protection in various areas throughout the project.
  • Work will include subexcavation of the northern side of the Palmer-Wasilla Highway, which will be followed by construction of new lanes and then repaving of the highway from Hurley Drive to Seward Meridian by mid-June. 
  • Be aware of crews performing surveying and clearing operations, as well as trucks and equipment in the project area while crews perform potholing operations.
Project End Result

The Alaska Department of Transportation, in cooperation with QAP, is working to widen the Palmer-Wasilla Highway to create a two-way center left-turn only lane. Project work includes grading, drainage, paving, pathway, signing and striping.

Contractor Information

QAP

Contractor Number
907-746-0811
DOT Number
907-373-9532

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