Alaska Statutes.
Title 19. Highways and Ferries
Chapter 10. State Highway System
Section 270. Highway Construction Near Airports.
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AS 19.10.270. Highway Construction Near Airports.

(a) A person may not construct, reconstruct, relocate, or extend a federal-aid highway within two miles of an airport, airstrip, or private air facility without first obtaining the written approval of the commissioner, as provided by regulation.

(b) The commissioner may not approve the construction, reconstruction, relocation, or extension of a highway under this section if the construction would constitute a hazard to the traveling public or if the construction would otherwise not be in the public interest.

(c) The commissioner shall adopt regulations to implement the purpose of this section that are consistent with standards established by participating federal agencies.

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