Alaska Highway

The Alaska Highway is the one freeway that connects Alaska with the roads of the opposite U.S. states and Canada. The street runs between Dawson Creek in British Columbia and Delta Junction in Alaska. It stretches for 1,397 miles (2,248 kilometers). Connecting highways go north to Fairbanks and south to Anchorage.

The Alaska Highway was inbuilt 1942 and 1943 by the U.S. Military and different builders. It was constructed to function a provide street throughout World Conflict II (1939-1945). The freeway was first referred to as the Alcan Highway. A few of the unique freeway was made from gravel, however most of it’s manufactured from stronger supplies immediately.

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