Now residents are concerned over the confusion it causes tourists due to it’s construction. Visitors sometimes mistake it for a frontage road. The Alaska Department of Transportation finished reconstruction of the Alyeska Highway Multi-use Pathway in 2017 in response to safety concerns from area residents. They say they’re afraid to use the pathway because tourists, especially in RV’s, drive on it when they confuse it for the main highway. Girdwood residents have expressed these safety concerns with DOT. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Girdwood Fire Department took to social media to call out drivers in motorhomes choosing to commute on the local bike path vs. the designated roadway. Some Girdwood residents have expressed concern over safety on the newly constructed bike path along Alyeska Highway.