Delta Junction, Alaska
Delta Junction, with an area population of 5760, is the true end of the Alaska-Canada (AlCan) Highway. From here, going north or south, you will be traveling on the Richardson Highway, which starts in Valdez (mile0) and ends in Fairbanks (mile 364).
The town is spread out around the Alaska and Richardson Highways and has a number of businesses that offer travel services to the public.
Delta Junction is also the site of a permanent maintenance station for the Trans-Alaska pipeline.
There is a very large agricultural land area around Delta Junction. Farmers continue to grow grains and vegetables and raise dairy herds. Gold mining activity is also increasing in the area.
Ref:2007 Travel Guide
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