The Alaska Highway is the road that connects Alaska to Canada and the rest of the United States. It begins in Dawson Creek, British Columbia, and ends in Delta Junction, Alaska where it meets the Richardson Highway, 1422 miles later. The road was originally constructed in World War II to provide access for military troops and equipment to get from the lower 48 to Alaska. After the war it was opened to the public. Most of the road is now paved. This page only covers a small part of the road in Alaska from Tok to Delta Junction.
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