Knik

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Knik may refer to:

Alaska[edit]

Landforms and natural phenomena[edit]

Media[edit]

  • KMVN, a radio station at 105.7 FM, licensed to Anchorage, known by the call letters KNIK-FM from 1961 to 2009
  • KNIK-LP, a low-power television station on channel 6, licensed to Anchorage
  • Knik TV Mast, a guyed mast located between Anchorage and Wasilla, which transmits multiple Anchorage-area radio and television stations

Populated places[edit]

The following are in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough:

Proposed development projects[edit]

  • Knik Arm Bridge, a proposal for a bridge across Knik Arm, plus connecting roads between downtown Anchorage and the George Parks Highway
  • Knik Arm ferry, a proposal to make the same crossing of Knik Arm with a ferry

Other[edit]

  • Knik Arms, an historic apartment/condominium building on the western edge of downtown Anchorage