Matanuska-Susitna Borough

Seldon Road Extension Phase II - Windy Bottom Road to Pittman Road


The purpose of this project is to continue the roadway connection between Church Road and Pittman Road and represents the next link in an east-west corridor envisioned to reach from Palmer to Meadow Lakes. Design and construction is taking place in two phases, with the first phase beginning at Church Road and extending to the east end of Beverly Lake Road, was completed in 2015. The second phase will complete the connection to Pittman Road. A typical section of roadway would include two 12’-wide travel lanes, 8’ shoulders and a separated pathway.

Project Benefits

The project:
  • Improves area circulation
  • Provides an alternate route to the Parks Highway
  • Shortens the commuting time for the Meadow Lakes area residents traveling to Wasilla.
  • Shortensemergency response times. 

Project Status

Phase 1 Opened Wednesday, July 29, 2015.Construction on the new road finished ahead of schedule. Originally scheduled to open in September, it opened while the finishing touches are completed. The contractor installed signs, culverts and speed tables in mid-August. Please, drive slow and be aware of changes to the traffic patterns, reduce speeds and obey speed limit signs. ATVs and motorbikes are asked to please stay off the newly seeded embankments until the contractor has fully established the grass. A preferred Phase 2 Alignment was selected and confirmed by Mat-Su Assembly. Design is at 75% completion; ROW acquisition is underway.


Contact Information: 
Matanuska-Susitna Borough
Mike Campfield, P.E., Project Manager
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Project Docs

Corridor Access Management Plan (pdf 2.51 MB)   |  1683 hits

Traffic and Safety Report (pdf 1.32 MB)   |  1564 hits

Preliminary Engineering Report (pdf 19.37 MB)   |  2512 hits

Seldon Rd Extension PH II - Alignment (pdf 10.87 MB)   |  1275 hits

Project Fact Sheet (pdf 322.55 KB)   |  1625 hits

Project Cost

Funding was originally available for this project in 2011 through a combination of state grant funds and Borough general obligation bonds. The cost for Phase I was approximately $5.5 million.
Phase II total costs are expected to be in the $10 million range. Funding through the federal Community Transportation Program will complete Phase II.