If you’re looking to get around - depending on where you are in Alaska - public transit may be an option for getting from Point A to Point B. Public transit here can be a typical city bus moving through downtown streets to regional van service between communities, or even inter-island ferries! Be sure to check the schedules – some routes are seasonal or operate on reduced hours depending on the time of the year. Find an up-to-date list of public transit providers at the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities website.



Alaska Tips

Transportation

Learn More By Air Southwest Alaska is accessed via major air carriers Alaska Airlines and Era Aviation. Numerous charter air operators also provide service including Branch River Air Service, Egli Air Haul,...

Inside Passage or Southeast

Learn More There's no difference. You can use these terms interchangeably. Southeast Alaska is also referred to as "The Panhandle" and the "Inland Passage."...

Wildlife

Learn More Thousands of caribou migrate through the Brooks Range area each year. They travel through millions of acres of wilderness park lands in the Cape Krusenstern National Monument, Kobuk Valley National...

Daylight

Learn More "Land of the Midnight Sun" isn't just a clever term. On summer solstice in June, the sun is up by 4:30 a.m. and sets just before midnight in Southcentral Alaska....

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