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Local Project Administration
Local Project Administration through MaineDOT enables cities, towns and non-profit agencies to make transportation improvements with federal and state money. A certified staff member takes charge of a “locally administered project” in partnership with MaineDOT, which makes sure all federal and state requirements are met.
For more information, e-mail the MaineDOT Local Projects Coordinator or call the Multimodal Program at (207) 624-3420.
What is a typical locally administered project (LAP)?
Locally administered projects (LAP) commonly involve improvements to state collector roads, traffic intersections, local harbors, and sidewalks and multi-use paths.
Most LAPs are delivered by municipalities and other public organizations such as school systems and non-profit agencies. Organizations wishing to oversee LAPs must receive MaineDOT’s authorization. If federal money is used, the project administrator must be a full-time employee who has undergone certification training through MaineDOT.
How are projects funded?
This page last updated on 11/22/13
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