Inflation is blamed for sending project completion costs soaring 68% since 2021 to today’s $840 million to complete a freight route for bringing goods into Alaska from the port in Anchorage.August 1, 2023
Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy wants to replace five aging bridges in a $117 million package of budget amendments introduced Feb. 15 to the state Legislature.February 17, 2023
An Alaskan state senator and professional driver is sponsoring Truck Driver Appreciation Day legislation to permanently recognize truckers for their service.February 18, 2022
Alaska Cargo and Cold Storage has executed with the state of Alaska a 55-year lease agreement at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport for a 700,000-square-foot, climate-controlled warehouse facility at the world’s sixth-busiest cargo airport.January 25, 2021
Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport remained one of the nation’s busiest airports in recent months as disrupted shipping patterns during the COVID-19 pandemic fueled soaring cargo activity.
A group of 15 Democrat-led states sued to block the Trump administration’s decision to sell drilling rights in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, alleging the plan fails to account for the danger to wildlife and climate-change impacts.
The backers of a new rail line to link Alaska to Canada and Lower 48 markets insist it would generate upward of $5 billion of freight revenue through the state.December 5, 2019
Nearly $600 million worth of cargo warehouse and transfer facility developments are proposed at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport.September 12, 2019
BP Plc agreed to sell its entire business in Alaska to closely held Hilcorp Energy Co. for $5.6 billion, ending a six-decade presence in the state as oil production there declines.
The primary users of Anchorage’s beleaguered port want city officials to delay the first major rehabilitation work at the port in years while port leaders continue to discover earthquake damage to critical infrastructure.July 18, 2019