2018 SUMMER CONSTRUCTION
Yukon Drive is being resurfaced along with sidewalk upgrades this summer. In addition to upgrading the roadbed, the project will improve the bus stops and build sidewalks along the full length of the road.
During the current phase of the construction project, access to the UA Museum of the North will be from the east via Kuskokwim Drive and along Tanana Loop. To exit the university, drivers have the option of taking Koyukuk Drive to Tanana Loop which will be reduced to one-way traffic. Download a map to plan ahead.
Yukon Drive is currently closed to vehicular traffic to Kuskokwim Way, cutting off access to the museum's main driveway.
Pedestrian traffic will be allocated along Yukon Drive and accommodations for those needing it will be supplemented by the shuttle system. Traffic control signs will be in place to route traffic around the project and maintain access to all campus buildings. Project construction will be managed by DOT&PF working closely with UAF Facilities Services Division of Design and Construction. DDC will be making initial contact with building coordinators along Yukon Drive over the next couple of weeks.
For more information, visit the UAF construction update webpage or call 474-7505.
Thank you for your patience. Please bear with us as the university works to improve the campus.
Map & Directions
The University of Alaska Museum of the North is located on the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) campus. Visitor parking is available adjacent to the museum.
Visitor Parking ~ Museum Lot
Visitor parking is available adjacent to the museum -- lot 9J on UAF's campus parking map. (Link will open in a new window.)
UAF charges $.75/hour or $3/day for visitor parking. Parking permits must be purchased from one of the kiosks in the museum parking lot, near the Thompson Drive entrance to campus or in the Nenana and Taku parking lots. The kiosks accept cash, coins and credit cards.
The UAF campus is accessible by bus using the Fairbanks North Star Borough's MACS bus transit system via the red, blue and yellow lines. Some hotels may provide shuttle service to the museum, and taxis are also available throughout town.