Transportation Planning Intern
The Bangor Area Comprehensive Transportation System (BACTS) is seeking an organized, independent, and motivated intern to assist with a variety of transportation planning projects and plans, specifically the development of transit and active transportation projects and plans.
Interested candidates should electronically submit a completed employment application, cover letter, and resume by October 14, 2020 to email@example.com. Email subject line: Transportation Planning Intern Position. No phone calls, please.
TRAIL 5 OFFICIALLY OPEN
On August 26, the City of Bangor and the Bangor Land Trust commemorated the completion of the Stillwater-Sylvan Connector multi-use trail, also referred to as “Trail 5.” The Master of Ceremonies was Tracy Willette, Bangor Parks and Recreation Director. John Theriault, Bangor City Engineer, and BACTS Chair, thanked all involved for the cooperative efforts to get the project completed. Lucy Quimby, Bangor Land Trust President and Ben Sprague (and children), Bangor City Councilor had the honor of cutting the ribbon to officially open the Trail.
What is BACTS Structure?
BACTS is governed by a policy committee and a technical committee. The members of these committees are drawn from municipal officials (both elected and appointed) of the member cities and towns, a member from Maine Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration and Federal Highway Administration.
In addition there are non-voting members on the policy committee representing the Bangor Region Chamber of Commerce, and the Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy Transportation Subcommittee. There is a staff of four; an executive director, a transportation planner, a transportation technician and an office coordinator, with offices at 12 Acme Road in Brewer.