Maine Trails, October - November '12
Inside Cover
President's Message
Pulling out the stops
Wayne’s world
Getting to ‘yes’
TRIP Report
The road ahead
Homeport advantage
Forged in steel
A natural asset
Good to go
Cable news
President’s Message
What’s next? With the passage of Question 4, advocates now must look for longer-term solutions. By Doug Hermann
 
Cover Stories
Pulling out the stops. After a long journey, the Downeaster now stops in Freeport and Brunswick.
 
Wayne’s world. Passenger rail advocate Wayne Davis takes time to reflect.
 
Maine News
Getting to YES. The MBTA led the coalition instrumental in passage of Question 4.
 
Road conditions deteriorating. New TRIP report documents the costs.
 
Association News
The road ahead. Maine Transportation Conference keynote Susan Binder talks to Maine Trails.
 
Homeport advantage. MBTA raises money, discovers Portland at annual convention.
 
Member News
Forged in steel. Main Line Fence makes inroads. By Kathryn Buxton
 
LBG celebrates. Louis Berger hosts Portland open house.
 
H.O. Bouchard helps out. Trucking firm volunteers for 2 worthy causes.
 
MaineDOT View
Cable news. Cable barriers can – and have – saved lives. By Ken Sweeney, MaineDOT Chief Engineer
 

 

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