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*Please Note: the list of bus etiquette for passengers that must be followed at all times.
Is it time to upgrade your child's car seat?
State of Alaska Car Seat Laws
Infant Rear-Facing Car Seat
Harnessed Booster Seat
If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to call our Transportation Office at (907) 826-3998.
CTA Public Transit
Good News! CTA's Child Passenger Safety Program through the BIA Child Passenger Safety Grant is now offering various sizes and brands of child passenger car seats, for eligible Tribal Members, at no cost to you!
Eligibility Requirements include:
- Expecting a child
- Have a child needing to upgrade to a different level of Passenger Seat Safety
- Provide daycare for a family member in which you transport children
- Be a current Tribal Member
All children under 13 should be properly secured in the back seat!
Please remember to bring EXACT change, Cash Only
If you meet the eligibility requirements, please call our Child Passenger Safety Technician, Katrina Grasser, at the Craig Tribal Association at (907) 826-3998 to schedule your appointment!
Please note that your child must be present in order to receive a car seat.
Our Transit Bus is back up and running, starting at 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday!
How do I receive an updated car seat?
Transportation Manager, Damon Woudenberg email@example.com Phone: (907) 826-3998 Fax: (907) 826-2427
Project Name USFS LoggingRd/Eagles Nest CampGround Maintainence
Crew Lead Alex Warner
During the month of May 2020, the CTA Roads Crew led by Alex Warner installed 7 culverts at the control lake forest service road and installed D1 at 9 Eagles Nest campgrounds. The project went off without any issues and we were able to finish well under budget. (Below Mr. Warner and Dilts at Control Lake F.S. the last culvert install.)
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Project Name Tract P
%Completed More than 60%
Crew Lead Alex Warner
This project is progressing well. We have now roughed in the entire road. Several changes were made to the plans during construction, resulting in an improved design and substantial cost savings. Cold Storage Way and Easy St. are now connected to one another via the new Tract P. Access Road. Currently, our crew is working to install culverts and storm drain. Once culverts have been installed and all catch basin risers have been placed, we will begin on curb and gutter. The final step will be to pave the road. The CTA Transportation Department is researching the feasibility of surfacing the Tract P access Road with concrete as opposed to asphalt in the hopes of keeping this portion of the project in-house.
(907) 826-RIDE or (907) 826-7433