Use this interactive map to learn more about the locations damaged during the earthquake and to track the progress of each repair. Damage locations were grouped into projects based on similar characteristics, such as location, type of damage, or complexity of repair. The information can be filtered to highlight different areas of interest such as project groupings, funding source, status of repair, or year of construction.
Not Eligible: Some locations were determined to be not eligible for repair, most likely due to pre-existing damage or because it didn’t meet the minimum cost thresholds set by FEMA and FHWA, and are not shown.
Alternate Project: It has been determined that the public welfare would not be best served by restoring the damaged facility to its pre-disaster condition. DOT&PF has received approval from the Alaska Department of Military and Veteran Affairs to use FEMA Public Assistance funding for an alternate project.
ER/PR: The “Emergency Repair/Permanent Repair” sites are locations that had repair work done immediately after the earthquake but require additional work to restore the sites to pre-disaster condition.
No ER/PR: The “No Emergency Repair/Permanent Repair” sites are locations that did not receive emergency repair work immediately after the earthquake but do require repair work to restore the sites to pre-disaster condition.
ER/No PR: The “Emergency Repair/No Permanent Repair” sites are locations that had repair work done immediately after the earthquake, and it was determined through inspections and monitoring that they do not need additional repair work to restore the sites to pre-disaster condition.
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