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The City of Unalaska Planning Department is conducting an online survey during the month of September to identify the needs of the community and inform the next decade of city land use and community development planning. 

The survey can be found at the following link: 

City of Unalaska

Creating a public bus system would boost Unalaska's economy — and help certain community groups become more mobile.

Those are the results of a transportation study conducted by the city's Planning Department, which analyzed traffic patterns and hosted two bus trials over the last year.

City of Unalaska

Unalaska’s Planning Department is gathering public input Tuesday on issues including road paving and trail maintenance.

Planning Director Bil Homka said feedback will shape the city’s comprehensive plan, which lays out community development goals for the coming decades.

KUCB’s Vic Fisher spoke with Homka to learn more about the public meeting, which starts at 6 p.m. at City Hall.

Second Phase of Transit Study Coming Soon

Dec 27, 2017
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The City of Unalaska will conduct the second phase of their transit study in January. The free service will run from Saturday, January 13, until Friday, January 19. Two bus routes will operate north and south routes every 30 minutes between 7 AM and 10:30 PM.  Bus stop signs are already up marking each of the 10 locations along the route.   Maps and schedules are available at each of the bus stop and in  City buildings, on the City’s website and Facebook page, and right here at

City of Unalaska

Starting Monday, the City of Unalaska is offering a week of free bus service, as part of the Planning Department’s effort to study transportation issues around the island.

The 12-seater bus runs from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m., with a route change at 6 p.m.

The daytime route runs from Overland Drive to the back of the Spit with almost 20 stops, including City Hall, Westward Seafoods, the grocery stores, and the airport.