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Alaska DOT&PF Announces 2022-2025 CTP and TAP Community Project Awards

ANCHORAGE, AK — The Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities (DOT&PF) announces the 2022-2025 Community Transportation Program (CTP) and Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) awards.

“The CTP and TAP programs enhance transportation infrastructure, promote safety, and improve connectivity across Alaska,” DOT&PF Commissioner Ryan Anderson said.

The CTP focuses on the development of facilities that benefit Alaskan communities. These projects include new or existing surface transportation facilities that enhance travel and tourism, reduce wildlife-vehicle collisions, and improve air quality. Additionally, the CTP supports initiatives that connect different transportation modes, such as roads and trails.

TAP provides funding for smaller-scale transportation projects that directly impact active transportation, pedestrian safety, and bicycle facilities. Projects eligible for TAP funding include the construction of turnouts, overlooks, viewing areas, recreational trails, safe routes to school, and assessments for vulnerable road users.

Transportation planners will soon engage with community officials to initiate the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) process for these projects. The MOA ensures effective collaboration and coordination between DOT&PF and local stakeholders.

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“These projects represent the department’s commitment to improving transportation infrastructure and safety for all Alaskans," Anderson said. “We look forward to working closely with communities to bring these vital initiatives to fruition.”

CTP Project Awards
  • Bogard Road Reconstruction: North Earl Drive to North Engstrom Road
  • Wales to Tin City Road Reconstruction
  • Seldon Road Reconstruction, Wasilla Fishhook Road to Snowgoose Drive
  • Seldon Road Reconstruction, Snowgoose Drive to Lucille Street
  • Vintage Boulevard and Clinton Drive Reconstruction
  • Akutan Harbor Access Road
  • Wales Community Roads Improvement
  • Captain's Bay Road
TAP Project Awards
  • Portage Curve Multi-Modal and Trail of Blue Ice Connector
  • Naknek to King Salmon Non-motorized Pathway
  • Palmer Fishhook Separated Pathway: Trunk Road to Edgerton Parks Road
  • Healy to Antler Ridge Separated Path
  • Knik River Wayside Gold Star Families Memorial
  • Craig-Klawock Bike and Pedestrian Pathway
  • Spruce Mill Promenade
  • Homer All-Ages and Abilities Pedestrian Pathway
  • Inner/Outer Springer Loop Separated Pathway
  • Montana Creek Bridge Replacement
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