Alaska 2036 Long Range Transportation Policy Plan Update Let's Keep Moving 2036 Download approved plan (3.21mb) The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF) updated the statewide long-range transportation plan (LRTP) in December 2016. The LRTP provides future direction for our highways, aviation, transit, rail, marine, bicycle, and pedestrian transportation. The LRTP, written with agency and public collaboration, develops Alaska’s transportation priorities based on the common interests and needs of stakeholders statewide. The LRTP aligns with the state’s policy direction, addresses statewide needs for all modes of transportation, communicates issues, and prioritizes solutions. The LRTP guides regional and area planning processes, which identify and prioritize local solutions and identify resources required to implement those solutions. This long-range policy plan examines trends & conditions and analyzes transportation system needs, while identifying policy issues, funding opportunities, and performance measures, with a target outlook through 2036..
Draft Borough Charter for the Prince of Wales Island Please review the attached Borough Charter for Prince of Wales Island. The Councils for all City’s and Communities of Prince of Wales Island will soon be voting on adopting a Borough Charter for Prince of Wales Island. We encourage the public to review the charter and bring any questions or concerns to your COUNCILS. If the City/Communities of the Island adopt the Charter it will be “shelved” until a need arises to put this into place. Once the need arises, it will be up to YOU to vote on the final adoption. To view this charter simply click on the link below titled “Draft Charter December 2014”.
Tongass National Forest - Land and Resource Management Plan Amendment
The Tongass National Forest (Tongass) amended the 2008 Tongass Land and Resource Management Plan through a National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) process. The process included public involvement, analysis in an environmental impact statement (EIS) and selection of the alternative to implement in the Record of Decision (ROD) signed on December 9, 2016.