Alaska Department of Transportation Collection

Keith B. Mather Library at UAF houses, in part, the Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities library collection.  The Alaska State Library in Juneau has the remainder of the collection.

The collection in its entirety onsists of about 22,500 books, reports, manuals and periodicals. Each piece has been cataloged with the designation “DOT” in the call number and can be found in UAF’s online catalog.

Highways, bridges, airports, roads, docks, harbors, ferries, soils, traffic, safety, maintenance, design, construction, operations, policy, etc.

Hours: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday – Friday, when the Keith B. Mather Library is open. The Mather Library is located on the main floor of the Akasofu Building, 2160 Koyukuk Drive on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus.

Special Series
Engineering Geology and Soils Reports, Geotechnical Reports, Foundation Reports

Reference services are provided.

Quick Links:
Alaska DOT&PF
Alaska DOT&PF employee directory
Other State DOTs
Transport Canada

Related Databases:
TRID — Database that provides access to over 900,000 records of transportation of published or on-going research worldwide.

TLCAT — National Transportation Libraries Group Catalog) A tool that enables the user to search multiple transportation catalogs at one time using OCLC’s First Search

Related Publications
TRR —Transportation Research Record Journal Online 1996

TRB — Transportation Research E-Newsletter

TR News — TRB’s bimonthly magazine


More Links of Interest
Alaska Railroad

Alaska Region Federal Aviation Administration

Center for Transportation Analysis – Oak Ridge National Laboratory 

Center for Transportation Research – University of Texas at Austin

Federal Highway Administration 

Federal Transit Administration 

Transport Web 

Transportation Research Board – Research in Progress 

Turner - Fairbanks Highway Research Center 


Sources of Information on Pipelines by Kay Kenyon Barboza and Julia H. Triplehorn