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The Anchorage Virtual-Public Open House was held on Monday, March 18, 2019 from 5:00 - 6:30 PM at DOWL 4041 B Street, Anchorage, AK, 99503. (Presentation at 5:30 PM).

Open House Materials:

The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities and DOWL held a virtual-public open house for the Alaska Statewide Active Transportation Master Plan 2019. The purpose of this open house is to provide the public with an opportunity to review the master plan, ask questions and provide comments to the planning team.

The 45-day comment period commenced March 18, 2019 and concluded May 3, 2019.



This Alaska Statewide Active Transportation Master Plan (ASATP) provides an updated approach to active transportation planning for Alaska. It recognizes the progress that has been made, the future of active transportation, and sets a framework for how to plan for and measure progress toward a vision for increased and safer active transportation opportunities and activity levels across the state.

About the Master Plan

Plan Purpose

  • To improve safety, increase accessibility and promote healthy lifestyles in our communities
  • To develop a safe and efficient bicycle and pedestrian network and infrastructure to encourage walking and cycling

What the Plan Is…

  • A policy document to define future goals, policies and objectives to encourage the creation of a comprehensive bicycle and pedestrian network for the State of Alaska.
  • A framework to enable the identification of current facilities, needs and an approach to addressing gaps using defined objectives.
  • An accountability document with specified performance measures, to enable DOT&PF to measure its progress toward achieving the plan’s purpose.

What the Plan Is Not…

  • A document that identifies specific bicycle and pedestrian projects and scopes their costs, feasibility and priority for incorporation into the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP).
  • A bicycle and pedestrian advocacy document.