- Crews are continuing to work between Whittier Street and 10th Street.
- Crews have opened a new work zone in front of the Merchant’s Wharf. This work will require shutting down the Main Street traffic signal. Once the signal is non-operational, left-turns at Main Street will be restricted.
Initially the Main Street signal will be in “flashing mode” indicating motorists traveling inbound and outbound on Egan Drive to use caution, and motorists on Main Street to stop and then proceed with caution through the intersection.
Once traffic control devices are in place, the signal will be non-operational through September.
Willoughby Avenue access will be reopened for right turns off-of and on-to Egan Drive.
Traffic controls will be in place on Egan Drive between 12th Street and Seward Street, reducing traffic lanes to one lane in each direction.
Left turns will be restricted on-to or off-of Egan Drive after 10th Street to Ferry Way to ensure the best possible flow of traffic through the work zone.
Pedestrian access will be maintained on the mountainside of Egan Drive between Seward Street and Whittier Street, and on the waterside of Egan Drive between Whittier Street and 10th Street.
Pedestrian crossings will be available at Ferry Way, Whittier Street, and 10th Street.
- Please follow NEW TRAFFIC PATTERNS and posted DETOURS.
- Additional project information can be found at https://www.egandriveproject.com/ and https://www.facebook.com/Secon-Egan-Drive-Improvements-Main-Street-to-10th-Street-2383757411906937/.
The Alaska Department of Transportation, in cooperation with SECON, will be working to install new pavement, improve pedestrian and bike paths, widen traffic lanes, repair retaining walls and culverts, replace aging storm drainage systems, and rehabilitate the Gold Creek Bridge. This is a multi-year project.