We made it to Anchorage Wednesday the 9th from California. This post is intended as a general road condition report but keep in mind the road condition will change as repairs are made or additional summer traffic wears on the roads.
There were frost heaves south of Whitehorse this year, some pretty bad but mostly marked with red flags. That section of the road has been good the last few years so the winter must have been colder with a faster warm up than usual. The bad conditions started about one hundred miles below Whitehorse.
The road was pretty good past Whitehorse to Lake Kluane and then poor again from the lake to the Alaska Border, as usual.
We went south at Tok towards Glennallen and then to Chugiak. In general these roads in Alaska were good but with a few frost heaves to watch out for. Most are marked, but not all.
The best advice I have is to slow down thru these sections to about 45 mph to give yourself time to slow down even more as you come to a section of frost heaves. If your trying to travel at the speed limit you may not have time to get slowed down enough.
In general, except for the section below Whitehorse, the roads were better this year than many years in the past. We have traveled the road every year since 2001 so we've seen the good and the bad.
Good luck everyone, slow down and have a safe trouble free trip.
Larry (I put this post in the travel section also)