The future of transportation funding in Maine
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The future of transportation funding in Maine a report to the Joint Standing Committee on Transportation, 122nd Maine Legislature by Maine. Dept. of Transportation.

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Published by Maine Dept. of Transportation in [Augusta, Me.] .
Written in English


  • Roads -- Maine -- Finance,
  • Transportation -- Maine -- Finance,
  • Transportation -- Maine -- Planning,
  • Sustainable development -- Maine -- Finance,
  • Sustainable development -- Maine -- Planning

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Edition Notes

Other titlesSustainable transportation funding for Maine"s future.
Statementprepared by the Maine Department of Transportation and the Maine Turnpike Authority.
ContributionsMaine Turnpike Authority.
LC ClassificationsHE356.M2 M22 2006
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24031814M
LC Control Number2008397351

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  Maine DOT Plans to Lose 24 Percent Revenue in Next 18 Months The state is expecting a severe revenue loss as tourists and residents are staying off .   $26 million more in federal funding is coming to Maine for transportation projects. The projects are throughout the state, including one in Waterville, which is getting more than $ million. The construction of an Interstate 95 interchange in Waterville will be the first to use a new state transportation program that will give higher priority to road projects if private developers. Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act). In the event that a future funding act is significantly different than the. FAST Act, or significant changes are made to the. FAST Act, MaineDOT may need to revise the. STIP. accordingly. FTA project selection entails funding projects that align with and help meet the goals and.

The Maine Department of Transportation estimates there is $ million in deferred maintenance every year. Maine's transportation funding challenges are experienced in other states grappling with declining gas tax revenues. The Maine Legislature is considering a transportation bond to supplement the highway budget. Updated p.m. J A solution to maintain the future long-term solvency of the Federal Highway Trust Fund • Provides $95 million over 5 years The Surface Transportation System Funding Alternatives (STSFA) program under Section of the Fixing America's Surface Transportation (FAST) Act .   Maine Question 1, the Transportation Infrastructure Bond Issue, was on the ballot in Maine as a legislatively referred bond question on November 5, The measure was approved. A "yes" vote supported this measure to authorize $ million in general obligation bonds for transportation infrastructure projects. Western Maine Transportation Services in Auburn on Octo and at MaineDOT on Novem Because of funding limitations, there is very little bus service in rural areas, and practically none in remote rural areas. services to meet the current and future .

The Maine Department of Transportation's annual three-year work plan, which includes 2, projects totalling $ billion, also has an added emphasis on highway safety this year. Air Quality Conformity Analysis for the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program and Connecting Maine: Planning Our Transportation Future, , Maine Department of Transportation. PDF. Biennial Capital Work Plan Fiscal Years (April ), Maine Department of Transportation. PDF. Maine Department of Transportation Statewide Transportation Improvement Program Federal Fiscal Years August event that a future funding act is significantly different than SAFETEA-LU, MaineDOT may need to significantly revise this STIP or prepare a new document. The Future of Transportation World Conference will explore solutions for the challenge of providing safe, efficient, sustainable autonomous transportation for the world in and beyond.