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About the Kawerak Transportation
The Kawerak Transportation Program is funded by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Tribal Transportation Program (TTP).
The Tribal Transportation Program is a FHWA funded national program that seeks to address transportation needs of tribes by providing funds for planning, designing, construction and maintenance activities.
Our principal goal is to assist our communities in building a safe and healthy surface transportation infrastructure. Secondary goals include providing employment and training, and advocacy for the transportation, erosion, and flooding concerns of Region.
Tribes/Communities served by KTP:
Image. Gambell Community Meeting
2007 Best Practices Award from the Denali Commission
2008 Planning Award from the Transportation Research Board
Unalakleet Community Streets 2010
Gambell Community Streets 2011
St. Michael Community Streets 2012
Current & Future Projects
Kawerak Transportation Program Up-Coming Projects 2013
St. Michael Community Streets 2012 – 2013
Trail Staking – Wales, Diomede, Brevig Mission 2013
Stebbins Community Streets 2014
Golovin Community Streets Design 2014
Elim Community Streets Design 2014
White Mt. Community Streets Design 2014
Teller Community Streets Design 2015
Wales Community Streets Design 2015
Communities that have had projects:
Please note that project years may change as Kawerak seeks to maximize their partnerships and funding on projects with the State of Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facililities (ADOT-PF), the Denali Commission, the Federal Highways Administration (FHWA) Village Safe Water (VSF) and ANTHC. We also face funding constraints and need to be flexible.
To be considered as a project for KTP:
Image. Kawerak Inc.
25 CFR 170
MAP – 21
DOTPF Standard Specifications for Highway Construction NEPA
Below is a list of Kawerak Transportaion Program staff if you may have any questions.
Inventory GIS Specialist
Toby Anungazuk-On call
Kawerak Transportation Program
500 Seppala Drive
PO Box 948
Nome, Alaska 99762
Phone (907) 443-4395
Fax (907) 443-4473