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Below are a number of documents related to the Portland North Expansion study.
Freeport Visitor Survey October 2008
The survey asked travelers about their trip origin, mode of travel, group composition, and whether this trip to Freeport included stops elsewhere around the state or region.
I-295 Corridor Study
Jan. 2008 — This study is evaluating the long-term needs of the I-295 corridor between Scarborough and Brunswick and identifying a set of recommendations to provide safe, efficient transportation service through the 2025. This draft document highlights the main ideas of the study. (Adobe PDF Format)
Highlights from "Connecting Maine: Maine's Long-Range Transportation Plan"
Dec. 2007 — Connecting Maine is the state’s integrated, long-range, multimodal transportation plan through the year 2030, which identifies transportation issues as well as social, land-use and economic needs. It considers future challenges and opportunities unique to Maine and establishes a framework of goals, objectives, and performance-based strategies for meeting future needs and addressing anticipated challenges.
Environmental Assessment for the Auburn Intermodal Passenger Center
Portland North Expansion Review, Alignment Alternatives
Cost Feasibility for the Portland Commuter Rail Study
Dec. 2005 — Provides a summary of preliminary construction costs for track and related improvements necessary for commuter rail service from Portland to Brunswick and Auburn. (Adobe PDF Format)
March 2005 — An assessment of economic impacts associated with the Amtrak Downeaster service between Portland and North Station in Boston, which was restored in 2002. (Adobe PDF Format)
Draft Environmental Assessment, Portland North Passenger Rail Service Extension Project
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