New interchange will end bottlenecks on Alaska highway

10/21/2008 | Associated Construction Publications

A new grade-separated interchange will eliminate bottlenecks on a major commuter route in Anchorage, Alaska. The project, which is expected to be completed this fall, will also widen nearly one mile of the westbound Glenn Highway from two to three lanes. It includes a multi-span bridge that will carry traffic over the highway.

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