MaineDOT Asset Management - Highways
Below is MaineDOT's methodology to provide a fair, structured framework to prioritize programs and projects. There are two parts - the Highway Corridor Priority (HCP), and the Customer Service Level (CSL).
See the glossary for the descriptions of each level in the priorities.
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- Highway Corridor
- Customer Service
- CSL Mileage
Highway Corridor Priority (HCP)
The first part of the method, the Highway Corridor Priority (HCP), categorizes our highway assets into six levels of priorities.
|Highway Corridor Priority||
|% Miles||% Traffic||Example
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|Priority 1||1873||8%||40%||The Interstate and all other National Hwy System corridors, such as Brewer-Calais Rte 9, Newport-Gilead Rte 2, Houlton-Madawaska Rte 1
|Priority 2||1251||5%||18%||High-priority, non-NHS such as Caribou-Ft. Kent Rte 161, Bangor-Greenville Rte 15, Ellsworth-Eastport Rte 1, Farmington to Rangeley Rte 4|
|Priority 3||1257||5%||12%||China-Hampden Rte 202, Cornish-Fryburg Rte 5, Lincoln-Topsfield Rte 6, Baileyville to Houlton Rte 1|
|Priority 4||4670||20%||17%||Major/Minor Collectors not included above (including 3 miles of marine highway)|
|Priority 5||14446||61%||13%||Local Roads & Streets|
|* Data based on 2021 asset inventory.|
Customer Service Level (CSL)
The second part of the method is determining the Customer Service Level (CSL) that measures MaineDOT managed highway assets (Priority 1-5) in three areas. The CSL uses customer-focused engineering measures to track highway (1) Safety, (2) Condition and (3) Serviceability, and grades them similar to a report card (A – F). The information below lists the individual measures that make up the overall service level grade. To view this data in our map viewer, click on a header below.