Download Maine Trails Apr-May 2022 In this issue ONCE AND FUTURE TRAIL: The Madison Branch GAS TAX 'HOLIDAYS': More pros than cons CHANGING HORSEPOWER: Whited Trucks & Equipment
Download Magazine (PDF) IN THIS ISSUE Windfall woes MaineDOT's latest 3-year work plan Institutional knowledge Speaking with the Transportation Committee chairs Senator Bill Diamond and Representative Danny Martin Looking forward, looking back McFarland Johnson celebrated 75 years
(click below to download issue) IN THIS ISSUE Finally. . . but, wait! By Irvin Smith Maine’s Main Street, going on 75 An interview with the Maine Turnpike Authority’s Peter Mills by Betty Adams Local angles Kleinfelder celebrates 60 years by Kathryn Buxton Reflections at 10 Past and present WTS-Maine presidents talk about the impact ...
(click below to download the magazine) In this issue IT'S THE JOURNEY Maine's new national scenic byways by Betty Adams CORE PRINCIPALS R.W. Gillespie & Associates gets it right by Kathryn Buxton 7 QUICK QUESTIONS Meet the Membership Committee members as the annual contest heats up by Maria Fuentes
Maine better - Angus King. This is a must-see! MBTA's Patrick Brady and Orion Breen talk infrastructure and funding with Maine's U.S. Senator Angus King. The interview comes on the eve of the announcement that the White House has negotiated a bipartisan deal for a big infrastructure bill. Thanks so much to Brady and Breen ...
In this issue PULLING OUT THE STOPS The Maine Turnpike keeps Mainers working through the pandemic by Betty Adams Bonding experience Skillings Shaw & Associates adds second location by Kathryn Buxton Looking ahead The post-pandemic economy at the Cumberland County Meeting
In this issue RETHINKING DOWNTOWN Waterville looks to a ‘post-manufacturing’ future RISKS AND REWARDS Lebel & Harriman shook up Maine ’s financial services market 43 years ago By the numbers TRIP report documents costs of rough roads.