Maine Trails, April-May '10
Inside Cover
President's Message
Cover Story
Bridging the gap
Portland’s Bayside Trail
Fast bridges
Worst Road in Maine
Great Recession
Flying colors
Selective catalytic reduction
Investing in Maine infrastructure


Maine Trails, April - May '10President’s Message
Transportation on the ballot
On June 8, voters will decide the fate of Question 3, the $47.8 million transportation bond. Please Vote YES. By Thomas H. Martin, Jr.
Cover Story
Rural connections = rural jobs.
An interview with Sandford Blitz, chair of the newly formed Northern Border Regional Commission.
By Maria Fuentes
Maine News
Bridging the gap.
Maine and New Hampshire study the future of two bridges that connect communities on both sides of the Piscataqua River.
Portland’s Bayside Trail.
A new trail demonstrates city’s “new urbanism.” By Barry Sheff, P.E.
Fast bridges
Two bridges are replaced in Etna using an accelerated design.
Association News
Decision near in MBTA’s ‘Worst Road in Maine’ contest
The contest launched by MBTA earlier this year has earned fans and raised awareness.
The ‘Great Recession’ and beyond.
Economist Dr. Charles Colgan speaks at Cumberland County Meeting.
Member News
Flying colors. A $78 million expansion of the Portland International Jetport gets underway. By Kathryn Buxton
Guest Columns
Selective catalytic reduction.
It’s coming . . . are you ready? By David Fenderson
Investing in Maine infrastructure, investing in Maine workers.
A look back at the 124th Maine Legislature. By David Cole


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