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Mission statement of Alaska department of transportation

The mission of the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities is to offer for the protected movement of people and goods and the delivery of state services.
Alaska 511 system to provide road information on state highways
511 is the national 3-digit voice-activated phone system introduced mainly for the benefit of the caller to get travel information.
Travelers have the option of accessing road and travel conditions using the Web at http://511.alaska.gov/ or by dialing 511 on their cellular phones or their land lines. Out-of-State people can dial (866) 282-7577.
511 system provides the DOT&PF provides winter driving conditions and construction related events on local arterials and major highways only, with the exception of the Anchorage Area.

Safe Winter Driving Tips given by Alaska DOT

  • Avoid using cruise control
  • Allow extra room between vehicles
  • Try to use non-freezing windshield washer liquid.
  • Stay alert!
  • Take it slow in ice and snow!
  • Brake gently in slow, steady strokes.
  • Remove snow and ice from your vehicle before you drive, also make sure the headlights and taillights are visible.
  • Avoid any sudden or excessive actions while steering, braking or accelerating so you don't lose control.
    winter driving safety tips given by Alaska DOT
  • Stay tuned to local news broadcasts for more information on roadway and weather conditions.
  • Avoid taking chances when pulling out in front of approaching vehicles.

Safe Routes to School Program

  • Safe Routes to School (SRTS) is an international association designed to reach communities.
  • The goal of the Program is to increase the number of children safely walking and biking to school.
  • Because of the decline in walking and bicycling traffic and air quality around the schools are getting affected much.
  • Researches show that Children who are all addicted to an inactive lifestyle are at a risk of getting variety of health diseases.
  • SRTS program provides funding for variety of programs such as building secured street crossings that encourages children and their parents to walk and bicycle to school safely.
Simple steps given by SRTS for Staying Safe:
  • When walking, stop at every curb or edge.
  • Always look and listen, especially while crossing.
  • Remember to wear a helmet when riding a bike.
  • Try to ride in the same direction as traffic.
  • Know what signs say. When walking or riding, follow all traffic signs and signals.
  • Before pulling out of a driveway always look keenly on to your left and right.
  • Always expect the unexpected.