Yes you can drive between Barrow and Prudhoe Bay with proper permits. See below.
Arnie Arey and his specially outfitted truck, pictured here with other vehicles, haul newly purchased trucks and other cargo by sled, hundreds of miles along the snow and ice between Prudhoe Bay and Barrow, providing a winter link to the state's road system.
Once, around New Year’s, he hit soft sea ice along the coast and gunned his truck onto the beach.
“The ice broke behind me,” he said.
He said he’s getting ready to renew his permits and should be hauling cargo next month. He’s already got some work lined up, including with an oil field service company that wants him to haul freight to a remote site.
His business pays well enough that he takes his summers off, leaving time for hunting and camping with his kids.
“I love it. I wouldn’t want to do anything else,” he said.
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