Tribal Transportation program (TTP)

 The Tribal Transportation Program (TTP) addresses transportation needs of the Tribe by providing transportation funds for planning, design, construction, transit, and maintenance activities. 


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 Tribal Transportation 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 4 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 boundaries.

Transportation planning continues with a 4 year Tribal Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP). The financially constrained TIP is a prioritized list of projects funded for the next 4 years. 


PARATRANSIt Bus service starting Dec 2nd, 2019


Call for a reservation 907-650-7788

Passengers must call at least one day in advance to schedule rides.


Available daily from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

For Senior Citizens (60 Years or Older) and persons with disabilities.

Service Area between Sandy Beach Park and Scow Bay Loop Road.

FREE to eligible passenger and caregiver!


LRTP 2019 Updated (pdf)


Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Funds Tribal transportation improvement plan (tip)

2019-02-21 FY19 6K1 TIP Combined transit_projects (pdf)


Mountain View Manor boardwalk construction project

Maintenance Agreements


1) United States Forest Service - Blading, Grading, and Brushing Roads

2) Petersburg Borough - Trail Maintenance

3) United States Forest Service - Maintenance Harvey Lake Cabin