Anchorage Parks and Recreation

Northeast Connector Trail Phase 2

Northeast Connector Trail Phase 2

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Project Background

The Chugach Foothills community has expressed a safety concern over the lack of a safe, accessible, east-west pedestrian and bicycle route near the Tudor Rd and Muldoon Rd curve just east of Campbell Airstrip Rd.

Parks and Recreation has developed a phased solution to establish an east-west trail in the Far North Bicentennial Park south of Tudor. Phase 1 is completed, connecting Klutina Dr to Regal Mountain Dr. Phase 2 will connect Regal Mountain Dr to the trail at Campbell Airstrip Rd.


Parks and Recreation received Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) funding through Anchorage Metropolitan Area Transportation Solutions (AMATS) for design in 2019. The earliest construction anticipated is 2020 for Phase 2 of the North East Connector Trail.

Phase 1 of this project was completed by Youth Employment in Parks in 2016. (pages 5 & 6)

Project Documents

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This project is just getting started; contact Van Le at to get involved!


Design: 2019 & 2020

Construction: tentatively 2021

Project Contacts:
Parks and Recreation

Taylor Keegan, Project Manager


P: 907-343-4518

R&M Consultants, Inc.

Van Le, AICP Planning and Public Involvement


P: 907-646-9659