Matanuska-Susitna Borough

Old Glenn Pathway Extension

Seasonal Weight Restrictions

UPDATED MAY 27th - Effective Friday, May 29th at 12:01am most roads in the Northern Areas will be 100% legal axle load - NO OVERLOADS

Burn Permit Suspension

Red Flag Warning for Susitna River Valley Beginning May 28, 2020 due to low relative humidity, high temperatures, and high winds.

Scope

This project will extend the existing shared use pathway along the west side of the Old Glenn Highway from Plumley Road south toward the Knik River. Upgrades will include a 10-foot wide paved pathway, increased roadside clear zone, and roadside ditches with increased capacity. Proposed work within the project corridor will consist of excavation, placement of new subgrade materials, paving, placing topsoil and seed, and installing traffic markings and signage.

Project Benefits

This pathway project will provide increased safety for vehicles and pedestrians and improved drainage throughout the project area.

Project Status

Due to funding constraints, this project will be phased. Phase I, in progress currently, extends the existing pathway from Plumley Ave to Sodak Circle. Design, ROW acquisition and utility relocation in support of the project are all complete. Construction of the embankment, placing RAM (recycled asphalt material) leveling course and drainage improvements for the pathway are substantially complete. The project is currently in winter shut-down. Construction will continue in the spring with asphalt, topsoil, seed and signage.

Contacts

Rick Antonio, MSB Project Manager 861-7728

Project Docs

Project Fact Sheet (pdf 409.32 KB)   |  1085 hits

Project Cost

The total project budget is $2,500,000. The State of Alaska will fund this project at a 50/50 split with the Borough.