Alaska Development Agency Plans $300 Million Gravel Toll Road in Remote Mining District

Alaska Journal of Commerce reports on the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority’s plans to build a 220-mile “gravel industrial access road” into the state’s remote Ambler mining district. The state has already spent $26.2 million on project studies, but construction costs, “which AIDEA estimates at between $305 million and $346 million, would be financed by the authority and recouped through tolls paid by Trilogy Metals or any other companies that develop resources in the area.”