The Alaska Stand Alone Pipeline (ASAP) Interactive Map Viewer is designed to allow the public to explore the project’s alignment, geographic footprint, facilities and design components in order to better visualize the project and its potential impacts. The Map Viewer overlays the project’s pipeline route and associated facilities on either photographic or topographic maps, and allows the user to integrate various categories of information based on their individual interests. Geographical information such as place names, communities, wetlands, land ownership status, waterways, roads, milepost markers are available, as well as project specific features like access roads, work camps, pipe storage yards, stream crossings can be toggled on or off by the user.

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Questions about the Interactive Map Viewer can be directed to Kalb Stevenson, Environmental Lead, ASAP Project at (907) 330-6367 or