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FY 1998 CMAQ Annual Reports



Maine 36236 $5,701,507 $4,439,726 77.9%
$288,500 Demand Mgmt This is a Transportation Demand Management Program to oversee the implementation of rideshare, vanpool, transit, and pedestrian/ bicycle opportunities in the Capitol Area Region 162   261  
$678,000 Demand Mgmt Mount Desert Island League of Towns - TDM Measures (Projects elements include: purchase eight-20 passenger buses to provide seasonal transportation, build a loading area and queuing area for buses serving cruise ships, and provide linkage between bicycle 43   31  
$276,966 Ped/Bike Lewiston, Central Ave/ Campus Bicycle Loop (This project establishes a bicycle route along Central Ave, Hogan Rd. and College Ave.) 0   0  
$12,404.38 Ped/Bike Brunswick Bicycle/ Pedestrian Facility (This project constructs a bicycle and pedestrian corridor in Brunswick that will include bike lane markings, signage, and bike racks as needed.) 16   28  
$16,056 Ped/Bike Standish Bicycle/ Pedestrian Facility (Construction of a pedestrian/ bicycle facility along Whiles Bridge Road 6   6  
$80,280 Other GPCOG, Educational Outreach Program (This program will provide Cumberland County school children with both theoretical information and practical experience with alternative modes of transportation, including mass transit , bicycling, walking, and rideshar 34   55  
$48,000 Other Engineering for Locally Administered CMAQ Projects Not Submitted
$24,084 Shared Ride Bowdoinham - Park and Ride Improvements (Install lighting as a park and ride improvement, as part of pin 6935.00) 0   1  
$221,500 Shared Ride GPCOG, 5th and 6th Year Rideshare (This is the fifth and sixth year of an expanded rideshare program which includes maintaining an applicant database, a toll free number, highway signage, commercial advertising, etc.) 8   14  
$12,000 Shared Ride Bar Harbor - Park and Ride Expansion (This park and ride lot is an extension of the Hancock Point Lot. It will serve commuters travelling to the ferry at Hancock Point or commuters travelling to Ellsworth.) 6   6  
$24,886.80 Shared Ride Unity Park and Ride (A small downtown parking lot will be constructed to use as a park and ride lot. This will provide a safe and convenient place for commuters to park who car pool) 0   1  
$101,152.80 Traffic Flow Portland Signalized Intersection Improvements 6   4  
$34,592.43 Traffic Flow Gardiner/ Randolph Signal Improvements 3   1  
$72,054.23 Traffic Flow Gray Signal Project 3   1  
$23,326.58 Traffic Flow Lewiston - Main St. Signalized Intersection Improvements 1   0  
$29,221.92 Traffic Flow Lewiston-several locations along: Lisbon St., East Ave., and Sabattus St. 3   1  
$32,927.05 Traffic Flow Traffic Calming Phase I (Experimental) (This project uses CMAQ funds to implement temporary and permanent traffic calming measures along Stevens Avenue in Portland.) 0   2  
$44,956.80 Traffic Flow Ogunquit Traffic and Parking Plan (This project is designed to specifically reduce congestion during the peak summer tourist season. Elements of this project include: new and improved parking areas, bike racks, sidewalk improvements, and conversion of pol 10   7  
$44,475.12 Traffic Flow Biddeford - Access Management Project (An access management project to improve traffic safety and reduce traffic congestion along the Rte 111 corridor.) 0   0  
$78,400 Traffic Flow Portland - Morrill's Corner Improvements (This is an intersection improvement project that will improve traffic signal operation. In addition, turning lanes will be improved to reduce vehicle delay.) 8   4  
($500,000) Transit Portland, Amtrak Passenger Facility Not Submitted
$1,000,000 Transit Wells Transportation Center Not Submitted
$370,080 Transit Saco, Train Station Sitework (these are four of five projects necessary for the reintroduction of passenger rail service to the Portland/Boston corridor. These facilities will support the interchange of passengers between several modes of travel and Amtra Not Submitted
$213,496 Transit Wells Trolley Service (This project involves the purchase of three trolley buses in the town of Wells that will connect the new Amtrak service with the area's accomodations, restaurants, shops, and recreational opportunities. 8   4  
$4,000 Transit MDOT - Strategic Passenger Transportation Plan (The Strategic Passenger Transportation Plan is expected to work with private transportation providers to create transportation centers and corridors that will support vacations that are not reliant on priva 495   423  
$1,208,366.25 Transit Bath - Rockland Intermodal Passenger Facility and Bath - Rockland Bridge Rail Corridor Upgrade (CMAQ funds will be used to extend Amtrak service from Portland to Brunswick. Also, funds will be used to upgrade Rockland Branch rail line for passenger rail s 63   4  

Totals $1,140,126,664 $682,559,020 59.9%
Updated: 7/6/2011
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