Maine Trails magazine – August-September 2020 issue

By |2020-10-01T17:02:04-04:00October 1st, 2020|Home Page, Magazine|

IN THIS ISSUE Straight Shooter: Remembering Jim Sargent, By Glenn Adams Doing durable good. The Transportation Infrastructure Durability Center at UMaine, By Kathryn Buxton ALSO Maine better - MBTA members Orion Breen and Patrick Brady set out to interview the candidates in November's election,  By Ian Ward Getting younger: Hiring, engaging and retaining young professionals

Maine Trails magazine – June-July 2020

By |2020-10-01T14:59:26-04:00October 1st, 2020|Magazine|

IN THIS ISSUE What it means to be essential - Maine transportation during the pandemic, By Glenn Adams The Rowley Agency: Honesty, integrity and professionalism ALSO Question 2 passes: Voters approve $105 million bond Heavy load: Maine’s motorcoach industry hit hard by pandemic, By Kathryn Buxton New TRIP report targets needs in rural Maine

Van Note, Mills speak at MBTA’s first virtual annual meeting

By |2020-07-15T13:04:11-04:00July 10th, 2020|Home Page, Member News, News Release|

More than 165 members celebrate organization's 81st year MaineDOT Commissioner Bruce Van Note (left) and Maine Turnpike Authority Executive Director Peter Mills at the July 9 MBTA Annual Meeting. MaineDOT Commissioner Bruce Van Note and Maine Turnpike Authority Executive Director Peter Mills headlined a panel discussion at MBTA's 81st Annual Meeting, July 9,

COVID-19 Updates

By |2020-06-01T17:07:49-04:00March 24th, 2020|Home Page, News Release|

MBTA COVID-19 Updates June 1, 2020→ Commissioner Van Note invites MBTA members to discuss project additions and future outlook May 21, 2020→ MaineDOT Announces Additional Capital Projects May 13, 2020→ Congress must act to relieve state DOT budget shortfalls! May 8, 2020→ Governor Mills announces “Rural Reopening” April 28, 2020→ Maine fuel tax receipts down

COVID-19 Update

By |2020-03-16T17:05:10-04:00March 16th, 2020|Home Page, News Release|

Message from MBTA President Paul Bradbury on COVID-19 3/16/2020 Please know that the Staff and Board of the Maine Better Transportation Association continue to monitor issues related to COVID-19. While there has been ample media coverage on the situation, some more accurate than others, we are following the recommendations of Maine and US CDC in order

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