Petersburg Indian Association  PIA 
PO Box 1418, Petersburg, AK 99833 
15 North 12th street
Phone: 907-772-3636 Fax 907-772-3637

Transportation TTP

            The Tribal Transportation Program (TTP) addresses transportation needs of the Tribe by providing funds for planning, design, construction, and maintenance activities. PIA TTP Boundary Map.PIA__Boundary_Map.jpg
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           The purpose of the TTP program is to provide safe and adequate transportation and public road access to and

within our community. A prime objective of the TTP Program is to contribute to the economic development, self-

determination, and employment of PIA tribal members and Native Americans.

           The Tribal Transportation Department employs about 10 seasonal and part time employees.

           Transportation planning begins with a 20 year LONG RANGE TRANSPORTATION PLAN (LRTP). The

plan outlines the transportation priorities of the Tribe within the community of Petersburg and its surrounding


         PDF of Long Range Transportation PlanPIA_Long_Range_Transportation_plan.pdf
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         Transportation planning continues with a 5   year Tribal Transportation Improvement Plan (TTIP). The

financially constrained TTIP is a prioritized list of projects funded for the next 5 years.

            PDF of TTIP Summary for:   
 Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Funds.2018-02-23_FY13_651_TTIP.pdf
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Construction Projects Completed:      
1.  Hungry Point Trail Extension 2015-022017_HP_Trail_Final_As-Built.pdf
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2.  City Creek Trail Reconstruction 2016-012018_City_Creek_Trail_Final_As-Built.pdf
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Design Projects:   1. Mountain View Manor Trail Preliminary Design2018_PIA_Mountain_View_Manor_Prelim_Plans.pdf
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                             2. Howkan and 12th Street Sidewalk, partner Petersburg Borough

Maintenance Agreements:    1) United States Forest Service- Blading and Grading, Brushing
                                              2) Petersburg Borough - Hungry Point Trail 6" gravel addition; Sidewalk snow removal

Picture: Construction Project Hungry Point Trail Extension 2016

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