The Alaska Department of Transportation is working to replace the Captain William Henry Moore Bridge on the Klondike Highway near Skagway. Upon completion, a roller-compacted concrete (RCC) structure will carry traffic over William Moore Creek and replace the aging bridge. Rock excavation required for the RCC structure will allow the State to straighten the roadway and build a new wayside parking lot south of the bridge. There will be no future access across the old bridge, but the structure will remain in place as a testament to the ingenuity and hardwork of the Klondike Highway pioneers. This project is expected to be complete by the end of October 2019. McMillen Jacobs Associates is providing project scheduling support on this $19 million project.
WH Moore Bridge Replacement Project
LOCATION:  Skagway, Alaska   |   OWNER:  Alaska Department of Transportation