This summer will be host to what the State Department of Transportation and Public Facilities is describing as a “robust 2023 construction season.” A release from the department says that 140 transportation improvement projects are scheduled across 64 communities.
According to information from the department, 12 projects are currently underway in the Kenai Peninsula Borough — making the borough the third busiest for the department behind Anchorage and Fairbanks.
The bridge on Quartz Creek Road was classified as “functionally obsolete” because of its low load limit, according to the department, and work to entirely replace it was scheduled to begin in March. The six-month project, which will stretch to
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