Archive of: Transportation

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Anchorage’s port of necessity June Issue 2 2015

Anchorage’s port of necessity

The drive along the lower Kenai Peninsula affords views few places can offer: snow-capped and active volcanoes rise above blue, fishing boat-dotted water like a defensive line collapsing on a third-string quarterback.

Anchorage & aviation: Flying through time June Issue 1 2015

Anchorage & aviation: Flying through time

“Owning a Widgeon, living in Anchorage and flying in Alaska, there’s just nothing left. You just can’t get any better than that,” said George Pappas in his deliberate cadence, with the hint of a grin showing through.

Seward leading maritime workforce, infrastructure efforts May Issue 3 2015

Seward leading maritime workforce, infrastructure efforts

SEWARD — AVTEC, that little school at the end of the road in Seward, happens to be at the international forefront of maritime training.

Funding reallocation spares summer Alaska ferry service May Issue 3 2015

Funding reallocation spares summer Alaska ferry service

The state ferries will run mostly as scheduled this summer despite significant budget cuts looming, the Alaska Marine Highway System announced May 12.

Anchorage, railroad have ties that bind May Issue 2 2015

Anchorage, railroad have ties that bind

The Alaska Railroad is the tie that binds the state together. It is the reason for Anchorage. It exemplifies Alaska.