Complete Streets Alternatives – Open House #2

Thank you to those who attended the second open house on Thursday, April 12th.

If you missed the open house, you can still review and comment the draft alternatives for Denali Street and 36th Avenue, including intersection treatments.   The information presented at the open house is available below and on the documents page.  Please review the alternatives and let us know which you prefer.

Handouts and Informational Boards:

Denali Street Alternatives:

36th Avenue Alternatives:



Surveyors On Site


Surveyors with R&M Consultants, Inc. will be in the project corridor intermittently between Monday, June 19th and Wednesday, June 28th.  Kinney Engineering will also have staff in the area collecting traffic counts, turning movement and sight distance data from June 20th through June 30th.

Please drive carefully.  If you have any questions, please contact a member of the project team.



The Municipality of Anchorage (MOA), Project Management and Engineering Department (PM&E) is beginning a transportation project to evaluate complete street opportunities for Denali Street and 36th Avenue.

Complete Streets are streets for everyone.

Complete streets are inclusive of all users including motor vehicles, pedestrians, bicyclists, and transit riders of all ages and abilities. The Midtown Corridor Improvements, Denali Street Area project is working to expand transportation opportunities, promote livability, and enhance connectivity in Midtown Anchorage by applying a complete streets strategy.


























MOA PM&E W. 32nd and E. 33rd Ave Upgrades Project:
The Municipality of Anchorage is working on an adjacent project to upgrade the W. 32nd and E. 33rd Avenue Corridor.  For more information on this project, please see their project website:


DOT&PF Midtown Congestion Relief Project:

The Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF) is conducting a Midtown Congestion Relief Planning and Environmental Linkages (PEL) Study. The Midtown Congestion Relief is focused on the area surrounding the Seward Highway from Tudor Road interchange to approximately 20th Avenue. The PEL Study will conduct a traffic study to evaluate inter-related issues surrounding the closely-spaced, signalized intersections in Midtown Anchorage and determine a list of priority project to improve Midtown congestion.

For more information on this project, please see their project website: