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Transportation & Shippers

Amendment 11 to the 2012-2015 STIP has been adopted.

Parking Spaces Transform Into “Parklets” On PARK(ing) Day

Juneau Access Draft SEIS Available for Public Review

New General Aviation Exhibit Features PA18 Super Cub at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport

Paul Gallagher Returns to Foss Maritime

Alaska Airlines Names Bryan Zidar Managing Director of Corporate Communications

Alaska Airlines Names Bryan Zidar Managing Director of Corporate Communications

Alaska Railroad VP wins rail industry award

Alaska Railroad VP wins rail industry award

Anchorage Weekly Gas Price Update and Outlook: September 15, 2014

Natural Gas Pipeline Installation, South University Ave

MPS AK Client Panel: Building Alaska's Transportation Infrastructure

Alaska Snow Symposium Plows On

Alaska Snow Symposium Plows On

Anchorage sees about 190 inches of snowfall on average per year, according to data gathered from the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport from 1981 to 2010. The first snowfall of the winter typically occurs in October and rarely starts in September. The season’s last dusting of snow usually happens in April, and once about every four years, May sees a bit of precipitation.

Begich: Foxx Visit to Alaska Results in $2.5 Million in TIGER Grant Funds

Begich Gets Results for Alaska Aviation Community

Port of Anchorage Identifies Three Concept Design Alternatives for Anchorage Port Modernization Project

Alaska Air Group Reports August 2014 Operational Results

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