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DOT allocates $747M to Alaska for 2024

On Oct. 5 the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration announced that it has assigned $747 million to Alaska in Fiscal Year 2024...

Ferry system still short of hiring target for summer schedule

Alaska ferry system and Department of Transportation officials plan to gather this week in Ketchikan to consider options for fulfilling the advertised summer schedule amid a continuing shortage of onboard crew.

City considers ways to raise fund, cut costs for South Harbor...

Cordova City Council discussed future funding from the state of Alaska and movement on the South Harbor Project at its Feb. 16 meeting.

Ferry system may reconsider charging more when ships are fuller

State ferry management said they are working to be more responsive to community and passenger concerns, including reconsidering the use of “dynamic pricing,” where...

Cordovans urge DOT to fix unsteady bridge, provide bike path to...

At a January 26 meeting at the Cordova Center, residents offered input on the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities’ 25-year Transportation Master Plan for the Copper River Highway.

Court orders clarification on campaign advertising

State Department of Transportation officials have been ordered to clarify how laws restricting outdoor advertising will be applied during the current campaign season to...

Brainstorming session scheduled for potential community garden

A plot of land behind St. George’s Episcopal Church on the corner of Second Street and the Copper River Highway is being eyed for...

Copper River Highway washout forces early business closures

Erosion along the Copper River Highway is never unexpected, but now the raging Copper River seems intent on cutting a new channel, as evidenced...

Meeting planned to discuss Shelter Cove

A public meeting is set for 6:30 p.m. April 17 at the Cordova Center’s education room to discuss a planned culvert replacement and ideas...

Cordova drivers, watch out for wet paint

The city of Cordova and Alaska Department of Transportation want drivers to be aware that new street line paint may stain cars.A state painting...
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