one bypassed section of the original route, about southeast of Delta Junction, is listed on the
National Register of Historic Places
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as "one of the few sections of the road in Alaska virtually unchanged". The unpaved road is used by local residents to access Craig Lake,
[ and is signed as Craig Lake Trail.
Other former segments have deteriorated and are no longer usable. More recent construction projects have deliberately plowed up roadway to close it.
The Inter-American Highway (IAH) is the Central American section of the Pan-American Highway and spans between Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, and Panama City, Panama.
The idea of a road being built across all of Central America became a tangible ...
* R504 Kolyma Highway
The R504 Kolyma Highway (russian: Федеральная автомобильная дорога «Колыма», ''Federal'naya Avtomobil'naya Doroga «Kolyma»,'' "Federal Automobile Highway 'Kolyma'"), part of the M56 route, is a road throu ...
* List of Yukon territorial highways
* Pan-American Highway
The Pan-American Highway (french: (Auto)route panaméricaine/transaméricaine; pt, Rodovia/Auto-estrada Pan-americana; es, Autopista/Carretera/Ruta Panamericana) is a network of roads stretching across the Americas and measuring about in ...
* Sign Post Forest
* Alcan–Beaver Creek Border Crossing
Alaska Highway – A Yukon perspective
nbsp;– From the Yukon Archives
Alaska Highway Driving Facts
nbsp;– From the authors of
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nbsp;– mile by mile description of the Alaska Highway
Building the Alaska Highway
nbsp;– Companion Website for the PBS program.
nbsp;– U.S. Army 95th Engineer Regiment (Colored) building the Alcan Highway
nbsp;– An article describing contributions made by the four African American regiments of the US Army Corps of Engineers that worked on the ALCAN Project
''Shortcut To Tokyo'', September 1942
one of the earliest articles on the Alaskan Highway
July 23, 2012 ''
The New York Times
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American Society of Civil Engineers - International Historic Civil Engineering Landmark
U.S. Route 97
Interstate Highways in Alaska
U.S. Highways in Alaska
State highways in Alaska
Yukon territorial highways
British Columbia provincial highways
Transport in Whitehorse
Southeast Fairbanks Census Area, Alaska
Northern Rockies Regional Municipality
Peace River Regional District
Historic Civil Engineering Landmarks
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Transportation in Unorganized Borough, Alaska
World War II sites in Canada
World War II sites in the United States
Logistics routes of World War II