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What You Need to Know

NEW TRAFFIC PATTERN: A NEW TRAFFIC PATTERN is now in effect at the diverging diamond interchange. To view an instructional driving video for this interchange, please visit www.glennmuldoon.com.

  • A NEW TRAFFIC PATTERN is in effect for northbound Glenn Highway traffic exiting towards Muldoon Road. The loop ramp AFTER crossing under the overpass is no longer in service. All traffic should utilize the first exit ramp immediately BEFORE the overpass. Please follow all construction signs and traffic control devices.
  • Be alert to a NEW TRAFFIC PATTERN for pedestrians. Pedestrians should access the pedestrian route on the west side of Muldoon Road at Boundary Avenue and follow the pedestrian route and utilize crosswalks at the intersection. The pedestrian route between Boundary Avenue and the interchange on the east side of Muldoon Road is permanently CLOSED.
  • Be alert to intermittent LANE RESTRICTIONS, Monday through Friday, from 7:00am to 5:30pm.¬†

Traffic Impacts

This project will consist of day and nighttime work, intermittent road, intersection and ramp closures, various DETOUR routes, traffic pattern changes and flagging operations.

Project End Result

The Alaska Department of Transportation is working with Neeser Construction to improve the Glenn Highway and Muldoon Road Interchange over the course of three construction seasons (2016 - 2018). Upon completion, the Glenn Highway and Muldoon Road Interchange will have a new diverging diamond interchange. The new interchange will have a much higher capacity for vehicles, reduce travel delays, and provide safer, more efficient pedestrian access across the highway. This project is scheduled to be complete by November 2018.

More Information

Neeser Construction, Inc.: Phone: 333-8503
DOT: Engineer Phone: 644-2882


ROAD CONSTRUCTION through the season

Today's date is:

August 18, 2017

Last updated at: 16:30 August 17, 2017

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Construction Areas Note

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).