Alaska Highways: Route #s & Names

Highways in Alaska: Maps may use numbers, but most Alaskan use names

Route #1:     Tok Cutoff, Richardson, Glenn, Seward, and Sterling Highways  Tok to Homer
Route #2:     Alaska, Richardson, Steese, and Elliott Highways border to Manley Hot Springs
Route #3:     Parks Highway                                              Wasilla to Fairbanks
Route #4:     Richardson Highway                                      Valdez to Delta Junction
Route #5:     Taylor Highway (mostly gravel)                       Tok to Eagle
Route #6:    Steese Highway (partially gravel)                     Fox to Circle
Route #7:    Haines Cut-off                                                border to Haines
Route #8:    Denali Highway (mostly gravel)                       Paxson to Cantwell
Route #9:    Seward Highway                                            Moose Pass to Seward
Route #10:     Copper River Highway (mostly gravel)         Cordova to Copper Center
Route #11:     Dalton Highway (mostly gravel)                    Livengood to Deadhorse

Alaska Highway                        (#2)       Canadian border to Delta Junction
Copper River Highway              (#10)     Cordova to Copper Center ( discontinuous & mostly gravel)
Dalton Highway (Haul Road)     (#11)     Livengood to Deadhorse (mostly gravel)
Denali Highway                         (#8)      Paxson to Cantwell (mostly gravel)
Edgerton Highway                    (#10)    Richardson Highway to Chitina (mostly gravel)
Elliott Highway                          (#2)      Fox to Manley Hot Springs (partially gravel)
Glenn Highway                         (#1)       Anchorage to Glennallen
Haines Cut-off                          (#7)       Canadian border to Haines
McCarthy Road                        (#10)    Chitina to McCarthy (mostly gravel)
Parks Highway                         (#3)      Wasilla to Fairbanks
Richardson Highway                (#1, 2 & 4)    Valdez to Fairbanks
Seward Highway                      (#1 & 9) Anchorage to Seward
Steese Highway                       (#2 & 6)    Fairbanks to Circle (partially gravel)
Sterling Highway                      (#1)      Moose Pass to Homer
Taylor Highway                         (#5)    Tok to Eagle (mostly gravel)
Tok Cut-off                               (#1)    Tok to Gakona

Roads more than forty (40) miles long outside of urban areas without route numbers:
Denali Park Road                    Park Entrance to Kantishna (mostly gravel)
Chena Hot Springs Road        Fairbanks to Chena Hot Springs
Nabesna Road                        Slana to Nabesna (mostly gravel)
Nome-Teller Road                   Nome to Teller (mostly gravel)


Junctions:
Route #1        starts at #2 & meets 3, 4, & 9
Route #2        meets #1, 3, 4, 5, 6, & 11
Route #3        starts at #1, ends at 2, & meets 8
Route #4        ends at #2 & meets #1 & 8
Route #5        starts at #2
Route #6        starts at #2
Route #7        meets no other highway in Alaska
Route #8        starts at #4 & ends at 3
Route #9        starts at #1
Route #10      ends at #4
Route #11      starts at #2

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