Alaska Railroad

Anchorage, Alaska 99510-7500

COMPANY OVERVIEW

About Alaska Railroad

Contact

327 West Ship Creek Ave
P.O. Box 107500
Anchorage, Alaska 99510-7500
USA
https://www.alaskarailroad.com/

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ARRC provides year-round rail transportation services throughout Southcentral and Interior Alaska. Routes traverse miles of remote and wild landscapes, safely bringing millions of tons of cargo and nearly a half-million passengers to railbelt destinations each year. The Alaska Railroad operates a regularly-scheduled public transportation service connecting Alaskans and visitors to communities from Seward to Fairbanks. Passengers gain access to remote regions and areas off the road system, and to public land treasures including the Chugach National Forest and Denali National Park, which are visited by hundreds of thousands of people annually.

Products and Press Releases

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Alaska Railroad celebrates 100th anniversary of 1923 golden spike moment

July 25, 2023
State officials, Alaska Railroad Corporation leadership, board and representatives from Washington, D.C., joined the celebration showcasing a century of progress, impact and dedication...
Background: Mischa Wanek-Libman; headshot: Alaska Railroad
Brian O'Dowd has been promoted to director of engineering services for Alaska Railroad.
Brian O'Dowd has been promoted to director of engineering services for Alaska Railroad.
Brian O'Dowd has been promoted to director of engineering services for Alaska Railroad.
Brian O'Dowd has been promoted to director of engineering services for Alaska Railroad.
Brian O'Dowd has been promoted to director of engineering services for Alaska Railroad.
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Alaska Railroad promotes Brian O'Dowd to director of engineering services

July 12, 2022
O'Dowd's experience with Alaska Railroad stretches back to the mid-2000s when he was an engineering intern and he follows Christian Ryll, who retired.