DOT holds public meeting for 2020-2023 draft of Alaska Statewide Transportation Improvement Program

FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) On Tuesday evening, the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT) held a public meeting for the 2020-2023 draft of the Alaska Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP).

The DOT website describes the STIP as “the state’s four-year program for transportation system preservation and development.” (DOT)

The DOT website describes the STIP as “the state’s four-year program for transportation system preservation and development.” The program is required for the DOT to use federal transportation funding.

The meeting was an opportunity for the DOT to inform the public about current and upcoming projects, and to respond to public inquiries about these projects.

Although the meeting experienced a poor turnout, public comment about the STIP will be taken by DOT until March 20.

More information can be found at DOT’s STIP website.

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