The Alaska Highway was constructed during World War II to connect the lower 48 U. S. states to Alaska. Officially the Alaska Highway begins in Dawson Creek, British Columbia, Canada and ends at Milepost 1422 in Delta Junction, Alaska. Mile 1523 at Fairbanks is actually the northern end of the historic Richardson Highway, which runs from Valdez north through Delta Junction and on to Fairbanks. Most travelers, however, consider the Alaska Highway to be 1523 miles long, ending in Fairbanks, Alaska.
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3rd Edition, July 2009: Signs