The Alaska Department of Transportation is working to improve travel on the Seward Highway, between the milepost 67 and milepost 115.
The DOT asks drivers to be alert to daily lane restrictions and reduced speed limits between mile 108 and 111.
On the Sterling Highway, between mile 150 and 173, resurfacing work will cause daily lane restrictions, reduced speeds, pilot car and flagging operations from 7:30am to 8pm. Long delays are expected.
There will also be daily lane restrictions on the Seward Highway between mile 17.5 and mile 22.5 as the DOT works on pavement preservation.
On the Sterling highway from Quartz Creek to Jim’s Landing, there will be daily lane restrictions, pilot car and flagging operations from mile 45 to 58.
Be alert to culvert installation and shoulder work from milepost 50 to milepost 58.
On the Kenai Spur, pavement preservation will continue through October from mile 0 to mile 3. Expect nightly lane restrictions, new traffic patterns and intermittent flagging operations from 8pm to 6am.