|While not the largest issue facing the Alaska Marine|
Highway System, the fate of service for Prince Rupert
is among the themes from a report for the Governor
The Alaska Marine Highway Reshaping Working Group has released the final draft of their report for Governor Mike Dunleavy, delivering the full review of the Alaska Ferry system to his office on October 2nd.
It was a ten month journey to explore the importance for the Marine System for the Alaskan communities that it serves and one that examined the number of challenges that the aging fleet is facing.
The wide ranging document covers a vast number of urgent themes for the struggling marine transportation system and explored some key notes that emerged during their review.The value and importance of the system to remote coastal communities and the State as a whole, and the skill and dedication of the people who manage and operate the system
|Prince Rupert Mayor Lee Brain in|
Alaska in February of 2018
More notes related to the Alaska Marine Highway and its connection to the North Coast can be explored here.