Maine Trails, October - November '11
Inside Cover
President's Message
Cover Story
What’s on their minds
Foamed asphalt
Trailblazers
3 p.m. on Friday
One for all, all for transportation
MDOT View
Going...going...strong
President’s Message
Transportation can transform an economy. Even in tough times, it’s good to remember the power that transportation investments bring. By Randy Mace.
 
Cover Story
Roads more traveled. MaineDOT’s Scenic Byways Program seeks sustainable ways to attract new visitors. By Kathryn Buxton
 
Maine News
What’s on their minds. Talking about transportation with Representatives James Gillway and Alex Willette. By Maria Fuentes
 
Foamed asphalt in Washington County. A new paving technique is put to the test.
 
Trailblazers. A new pedestrian bridge opens over the Maine Turnpike in Kennebunk.
 
Association News
3 p.m. on Friday. An interview with Janet Kavinoky of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
 
Putting it on the line. Golf Classic raises $20,000 for infrastructure fund.
 
Member News
Going. . . going. . . strong. A third generation at the helm of Central Maine Auction. By Kathryn Buxton.
 
MaineDOT View
Planning with a purpose. Studying what we think we can build and not what we can’t. By Herb Thomson, MaineDOT Director of Planning.

 

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