Alaska Statutes.
Title 19. Highways and Ferries
Chapter 30. Access Roads
Section 241. Definitions.
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AS 19.30.241. Definitions.

In AS 19.30.111 - 19.30.241

(1) [Repealed, Sec. 53 ch 30 SLA 1996].

(2) "construction" means the building of a new road, street or trail or the improvement of existing roads, streets or trails and includes the necessary preliminary engineering, construction engineering and utility relocation;

(3) [Repealed, Sec. 53 ch 30 SLA 1996].

(4) "home rule city" means a city as defined in AS 29.04.010 ;

(5) "local government" means an organized borough of any class, a unified municipality, or a city of any class;

(6) "local service road" means a public road that is used by an average of fewer than 750 vehicles each day and that is not designated as a route on the approved primary, urban, or interstate federal-aid highway system;

(7) "project" means an undertaking to construct a particular portion of a local service road or trail, or, if the context so implies, the particular portion of a local service road or trail so constructed;

(8) "secondary road" means a road that is not included in the approved federal-aid primary highway system and is being maintained by the state or local government;

(9) "trail" means a footpath or way on land or water that is open to public use as a matter of right whether or not a thoroughfare, particularly for dog sleds and mechanized snow vehicles.

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