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The November Policy Committee has been canceled. The next meeting will be held on Tuesday, December 11.


FIRST RESPONDERS HAVE YOUR BACK. DO YOU HAVE THEIRS? SLOW DOWN AND MOVE OVER! One in seven first responders are killed or injured in traffic crashes. Slow down and move over to give them a safer space to do their work.

Posted by Department of Public Safety, Maine Bureau of Highway Safety on Tuesday, November 13, 2018


The Maine DOT is seeking to amend the FY 2018-2021 State Transportation Improvement Plan (STIP) to include adding partial construction funding of $35,800,000 and adding a lineage WIN of 18915.20 for a replacement bridge at Wilson Street and I-395 for the I-395/ Route 9 Connector Project. It is required that this project also be included in the current FY 2018-2021 Bangor Area Comprehensive Transportation System (BACTS) Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). BACTS is therefore seeking public comments to amend the BACTS TIP to include this project as required by Maine DOT and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). Since this is a Maine DOT sponsored project, all public comments will be forwarded to Maine DOT.

Comments shall be made in writing and received on or before 4:00 p.m., November 30th, 2018.  All comments will be forwarded to and considered by Maine DOT. Any questions or written comments should be directed to: Cindy Meservey, 12 Acme Road, Suite 104, Brewer, ME 04412 or


Maine Department of Transportation (MaineDOT) is currently drafting a long-range plan, Maine’s Long-Range Transportation Plan 2050, and we want your input!  The success of the transportation system is dependent on the input and feedback of all users of the transportation system, in addition to our stakeholders and partners.

Please take a few moments to fill out a SURVEY on the long-range transportation plan, and for more information, please visit our Long-Range Plan webpage .  Additionally, we ask that you take a few moments to forward this email on to your stakeholders and partners, and anyone else you think would be interested in providing input.

MaineDOT thanks you for your participation and assistance with this effort!

We apologize if you have received this message multiple times through various distribution lists.


BACTS Area Bicycle Map

This map attempts to depict the comfort level for various levels of bicyclists on major roads in the BACTS area.

Bicycle Map




Tuesday, December 11 - BACTS Policy Committee Meeting

Friday, November 9 - Bicycle/Pedestrian Advisory Committee Meeting



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