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Maine

STATE REPORT
SUBMIT
$ AMOUNT
APPORTION
$ AMOUNT
OBLIGATED
OBLIG %
Maine07/24/2001$7,437,000$13,543,519182.1%
$ PROJECT
AMOUNT
PROJECT
TYPE
PROJECT
DESCRIPTION
VOC**
(KG/DAY)
CO**
(KG/DAY)
NOX**
(KG/DAY)
PM-10**
(KG/DAY)
$150,000 Demand ManagementDemand Management
Traffic Demand Management. (A TDM Program to oversee the Implementation of rideshare vanpool transit and ped/bike opportunities in the Capital Area Region.)
162 0 261 0
$80,000 Demand ManagementDemand Management
Mount Desert Island League of Towns - TDM Measures (Project elements include: purchase eight-20 passenger buses to provide seasonal transportation build a loading area and queing area for buses serving cruise ships and provide linkage between bicycle tr
27 0 21 0
$80,280 I/M and Other TCMsI/M and Other TCMs
GPCOG Educational Outreach Program (This program will provide Cumberland County schoolchildren with both theoretical information and practical experience with alternative modes of transportation including mass transit bicycling walking and rideshare.
34 0 55 0
$1,130,000 I/M and Other TCMsI/M and Other TCMs
Portland New Crane for Harbor (Replaces existing crane at the Portland Harbor. Has an extended reach and increased speed capacity)
1 0 13 0
$23,776 I/M and Other TCMsI/M and Other TCMs
GPCOG Educational Outreach Program (This program expands the outreach program to all of Cumberland County)
4 0 7 0
$(670,357) MiscellaneousMiscellaneous
Deobligation From Previously Approved Projects
0 0 0 0
$24,030 Pedestrian/BicyclePedestrian/Bicycle
Lewiston Central Ave/Campus Bicycle Loop (This project establishes a bicycle route along Central Ave Hogan Rd. and College Ave.)
0 0 0 0
$358,400 Pedestrian/BicyclePedestrian/Bicycle
Auburn Turner Street Bicycle Loop (This project establishes a bicycle route in the Turner SV Central Maine Technical College area)
0 0 0 0
$4,400 Pedestrian/BicyclePedestrian/Bicycle
Gray Bicycle/Pedestrian Facility (This project provides a safe accessible and convenient network of pedestrian facilities in the village and bicycle racks at key locations)
4 0 4 0
$77,120 Pedestrian/BicyclePedestrian/Bicycle
Topeham Bicycle and Pedesrian Facility (This facility will link community and neighborhood activity centers and the regional network)
5 0 7 0
$299,777 Pedestrian/BicyclePedestrian/Bicycle
Standish Bicycle/Pedestrian Facility (Construction of a pedestrian/bicycle facility along Whites Bridge Road)
6 0 6 0
$43,581 Pedestrian/BicyclePedestrian/Bicycle
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 0 28 0
$800 Shared RideShared Ride
Bowdoinham - Park and Ride Improvements (Install lighting as a park and ride improvement as part of PIN 6935.00)
0 0 1 0
$150,525 Shared RideShared Ride
Freeport Park and Ride
5 0 1 0
$5,183 Shared RideShared Ride
South Berwick Park and Ride
2 0 5 0
$14,155 Shared RideShared Ride
Southbay Park and Ride
1 0 1 0
$100,000 Shared RideShared Ride
Bar Harbor - Park and Ride Expansion (This park and ride lot is an extension of the Hancock Point lot. It will serve commuters traveling to the ferry at Hancock Point or commuters traveling to Ellsworth.)
6 0 6 0
$11,426 Traffic Flow ImprovementsTraffic Flow Improvements
Portland Waterfront Intermodal Connector (Preliminary engineering for a tunnel to eliminate heavy vehicles from local streets and shorten truck route)
0 0 1 0
$24,564 Traffic Flow ImprovementsTraffic Flow Improvements
South Portland Signal Project
16 0 8 0
$43,873 Traffic Flow ImprovementsTraffic Flow Improvements
Traffic Calming Phase I (Experimental) (This project uses CMAQ funds to implement temporary and permanent traffic calming measures along Stevens Avenue in Portland.)
0 0 2 0
$322,407 Traffic Flow ImprovementsTraffic Flow Improvements
Mechanic Falls - Transportation Center (Develop a Publicly owned off-street Transportation Center to encourage use of Park and Ride facilities sidewalks for pedestrians and bicycle travel and offer a bus stop for WMTS)
0 0 1 0
$138,738 Traffic Flow ImprovementsTraffic Flow Improvements
Ogunquil 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 po
10 0 7 0
$71,143 Traffic Flow ImprovementsTraffic Flow Improvements
Scarborough Signal Project (The 3 projects listed above are signalized intersection improvement projects. Typical improvements include replacement of defective traffic signal hardware upgrades of traffic signal control equipment signal timing adjustmen
9 0 4 0
$11,638 Traffic Flow ImprovementsTraffic Flow Improvements
Gray Signal Project
3 0 1 0
$500,000 TransitTransit
Portland Amtrak Passenger Facility
9 0 -20 0
$800,000 TransitTransit
Additional AMTRAK subsidy (Additional funding for the Boston-Portland-Rockland Passenger Rail)
62 0 4 0
$741,487 TransitTransit
(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 service including a new park and ride lot in Brunswick for train travelers.)
QA 0 0 0
$9,000,000 TransitTransit
Rail upgrade Portland to Brunswick as part ot the AMTRAK expansion (Emissions credits are part of the overall AMTRAK program)
PR 0 PR 0
$6,573 TransitTransit
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 privat
434 0 274 0
  $ AMOUNT
APPORTION
$ AMOUNT
OBLIGATED
OBLIG %
Totals $1,515,632,668$1,141,784,53375.3%
Updated: 07/06/2011
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