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NORTHERN REGION AUTOMATIC VEHICLE CLASSIFIER UPGRADES & CONSTRUCTION ROAD CONSTRUCTION through the season
What You Need to Know
  • Drivers should be alert to SINGLE LANE CLOSURES with short DELAYS, while crews and equipment are working within the roadway lanes at the Automatic Vehicle Classifier (AVC) station at Badger Road.
  • Through Monday, September 30, drivers should be alert to work at the following locations:
    • East & west bound lanes on Airport Way, between University Avenue and Market Street
    • East & west bound lanes on Airport Way, between University Avenue and Washington Drive
    • Edgerton Highway, east of Richardson Highway
    • Dalton Highway, north of Coldfoot
    • Plack Road near Badger Road 
    • Geraghty Avenue, east of Marlin Street
    • Richardson Highway M&O Camp at Birch Lake
    • Alaska Highway, west of Tanacross
    • Richardson Highway, north of Fort Greely Entrance
    • Richardson Highway, south of Paxson
    • Badger Road, east of Old Richardson Highway
  • Crews will be working from 7:00am to 5:00pm daily.
  • Please be aware that there are no DETOUR routes.
Project End Result

The Alaska Department of Transportation, in cooperation with B&B Electric, Inc., is working to install new and upgrade existing classification stations to Automatic Vehicle Classifiers (AVC's) at multiple locations throughout the Northern Region. Work will include installing roadside hardware and utilities.

Contractor Information

B&B Electric, Inc.

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