Residents of a remote community in Alaska's Aleutians once again have access to scheduled flights that fill a void left when an airliner suspended service there in late October.
Work on a railroad extension in Southcentral Alaska will move forward after the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday reversed its earlier order to halt work.
A new federally commissioned study says the problems with the Port of Anchorage replacement go as far back as the project's design.
The Transportation Safety Administration recently announced an expansion of its PreCheck screening system to Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport for eligible travelers.
The Roads to Resources proposal set forth by Gov. Sean Parnell as a funding mechanism to jump start work on four surface transportation projects in Alaska is slowly gaining steam, according to officials close to the work.
Alaskans passed the ballot referendum Bonding Proposition A on Nov. 6, approving more than $453.5 million in state transportation and construction funds.
Alaska Air Group, Inc. announced record profits when its third quarter earnings were released Oct. 25.
Port projects in Seward and Bristol Bay will receive $20 million if voters approve the general obligation bond on the Nov. 6 ballot.
Proposed port development and improvement projects in northwest Alaska are moving forward with environmental and planning surveys, officials in Kotzebue and Nome said.
The Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities recently released its forecast summaries for both Ted Stevens Anchorage International and Fairbanks International airports.