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What You Need to Know
  • Expected to begin 8:00am Tuesday, June 25, through 10:00pm Sunday, June 30, crews will be working on surface treatment along the length of Rabbit Creek Road.
  • From Tuesday, June 25 through Thursday, June 27, from 8:00am to 4:30pm daily, crews will be working on Upper Rabbit Creek, from Clarks Road to the De Armoun Road intersection.
  • From Friday, June 28 through Sunday, June 30, from 8:00am to 10:00pm daily, crews will be working from the Old Seward Highway to Clarks Road.
  • Drivers should expect extended DELAYS up to 30 minutes and be aware of SINGLE-LANE TRAFFIC with PILOT CAR and flagging operations, and reduced speeds. This work is weather dependent.
Traffic Impacts

Crews are working on grade preparation and paving from Old Rabbit Creek Road to De Armoun Road. Crews will be working on earthquake damaged areas from east of Bridgeview Drive to De Armoun Road. Drivers should be aware of SINGLE-LANE TRAFFIC with PILOT CAR and flagging operations, from Monday to Sunday, 8:00am to 7:00pm.

Project End Result

The Alaska Department of Transportation, in cooperation with Granite Construction Co., is resuming work to complete the project along Rabbit Creek Road from the Old Seward Highway to De Armoun Road. Project work will include dig-out operations, as well as final surface treatment. The project will extend the service life of the pavement and maintain safety features on Rabbit Creek Road. Project work is expected to be complete in July 2019.

Contractor Information

Granite Construction Co

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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