The Municipality of Anchorage (MOA) is planning to upgrade Lois Drive (from West 32nd Avenue to Benson Boulevard, see map below) and West 32nd Avenue (from Lois Drive to Minnesota Drive) to improve non-motorized connectivity by constructing a new roadway.
The Municipality of Anchorage (MOA) is planning to upgrade East 42nd Avenue between Lake Otis Parkway and Florina Street. The MOA has contracted with CRW Engineering Group, LLC to provide preliminary engineering and design services.
The Municipality of Anchorage has contracted with CRW to provide professional services to evaluate alternatives to upgrade Golden View Drive from Rabbit Creek Road to Romania Drive to current Municipal collector road standards and evaluate improvements to the Golden View Drive/Rabbit Creek Road intersection.
The Anchorage Metropolitan Area Transportation Solutions (AMATS), in coordination with the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA) and the Department of Transportation & Public Facilities (DOT&PF) is planning to design and construct recommended projects from the 2010 Anchorage Bicycle Plan.
The project will reconstruct 48th Avenue and Cordova Street to MOA collector street standards. Improvements are expected to include foundation rehabilitation, new pavement, curb and gutter, storm drains, street lighting, pedestrian facilities, traffic calming, and landscaping.
The Municipality of Anchorage will be upgrading Duben Avenue, west and east of Muldoon Road to the latest roadway standards to improve vehicular and pedestrian safety in the neighborhood. Planning and design will take several years, with the earliest construction occurring in 2015.
The Municipality of Anchorage has contracted with CRW to evaluate alternatives to upgrade these roadways to current Municipal standards, between Northern Lights Boulevard to Spenard Road. This will improve both pedestrian and driver safety. Improvements are expected to include a new road base, pavement, drainage system, pedestrian/bicycle facilities, and lighting.
The Municipality of Anchorage has partnered with CRW to evaluate transportation network alternatives between Academy Drive and Abbott Road that will safely accommodate increased traffic generated by the Alaska Department of Transportation’s (ADOT&PF) 92nd Avenue Project.