Alaska Marine Highway System
The Alaska Municipal League is comprised of the 165 cities and boroughs of Alaska, including more than 30 that are directly dependent on the Alaska Marine Highway System. For these communities, the ferry represents a fundamental building block of an affordable, predictable, and sustainable transportation system. AML also recognizes the ancillary benefits to the state’s overall economy and other local economies.
With these factors in mind – and committed to Alaska’s future and the health and well-being of Alaska’s communities – AML has passed a number of resolutions in support of a sustainable ferry system. AML has also convened an AMHS “caucus” so that members can stay apprised of policy decisions related to the ferry system.
AML’s goal is to foster coordinated communication and collaboration between local governments in Alaska in support of a sustainable, funded and dependable ferry system that enhances local and statewide community and economic development.
AML Members Comments/Concerns
Municipality of Skagway’s Comments for AMHS 2021 Summer Schedule
City of Seldovia’s Concerns for AMHS 2021 Summer Schedule
2020-18 In Support of a Sustainable Alaska Marine Highway System
2020-23 Veto Override AMHS Funding
City of Cordova – AMHS Reshaping Group Comments
City of Seldovia Resolution 21-13 – Establish AMHS Governing Board
City of Tenakee Springs – AMHS Winter Schedule Comments
Petersburg High School – Letter
Petersburg Borough – AMHS Reshaping Group Comments
Petersburg Borough -AMHS 2020 Winter Operating Plan Comments
U.S. Department of Interior – Letter
AMHS Presentation to House Transportation Jan. 21, 2020, Nils Andreassen
Hearing Meeting Audio Archive 1/21/2020 (H) Transportation
Alaska Marine Highway Reform Project
Economic-Impacts-of-AMHS – McDowell Group
AMHS Tariff Analysis – Final – Northern Economics