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Public Meetings

Please view our Public Involvement Website where you can view and comment on all Active Public Meeting presentations. This site includes links to recently held meetings, as well as background information about MaineDOT’s public process.

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1/31/2024: Yarmouth - East Main Street Bridge improvements, Public Meeting, Online


FMI-Phone: (207) 592-0944
FMI-Email: Julie.Brask@maine.gov
Website: https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/415913f8cfcf4fc5a5cc3039a8fe6dd4
Download the Notice: DOC | PDF


MaineDOT will have an on-demand presentation available for this Public Meeting. This meeting will give information about the proposed project, including a PowerPoint presentation, and other pertinent information to help the public understand the project. These on-demand meetings allow for convenient viewing at any time. The meeting also provides the ability for online comments and questions that will be answered by MaineDOT staff.

This public meeting is to inform and invite public comments. We are particularly interested in learning local views, discovering local resources, and identifying local concerns and issues. Anyone interested can view the presentation at the above website or scan the QR Code with their smartphone for access.

MaineDOT invites and encourages you to review the meeting and share your thoughts on this project during the formal comment period from 1/31/24 to 2/16/24.

Reasonable accommodations have been made to provide access to these meetings by providing access at any time within a two-week period. Additional accommodations to allow full participation in these meetings can be requested by contacting the Project Manager listed below. Please see the Accessibility/Accommodation document on our Public Involvement Background Information Page for more information regarding requesting accommodations.

Questions, comments, or inquiries can be made directly through the on-demand meeting or can be directed to the Project Manager listed below.

Julie Brask, Project Manager, Maine Department of Transportation, 24 Child Street, 16 State House Station, Augusta, Maine 04333-0016. Telephone: (207) 592-0944 Email: julie.brask@maine.gov Work Identification Numbers 27508.00/Federal Aid Project Number 2750800

7/8/2024: Newcastle, Bridge Replacement of Meadow Brook Bridge #25, Public Meeting, On-Demand


FMI-Phone: 207-592-3845
FMI-Email: gerald.g.libbyjr@maine.gov
Website: https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/415913f8cfcf4fc5a5cc3039a8fe6dd4
Download the Notice: DOC | PDF


Notice of an ON-DEMAND FORMAL PUBLIC MEETING Newcastle, Maine


To discuss the Bridge Replacement of Meadow Brook Bridge #2535

Access to this and all other active meeting presentations is available at our Public Meetings Page located at bit.ly/mainedot-meetings

MaineDOT will have an on-demand presentation available for this Formal Public Meeting. This meeting will give information about the proposed project, including a slide presentation, to help the public understand the project. These on-demand meetings allow for convenient viewing at any time. The meeting also provides the ability for online comments and questions that will be answered by MaineDOT staff.

This public meeting is to inform and invite public comments. We are particularly interested in learning local views, discovering local resources, and identifying local concerns and issues. Anyone interested can view the presentation at the above website or scan the QR Code with their smartphone for access.

MaineDOT invites and encourages you to review the meeting and share your thoughts on this project during the comment period from July 8th, 2024 to July 24th, 2024.

Reasonable accommodations have been made to provide access to these meetings by providing access at any time within a two-week period. Additional accommodations to allow full participation in these meetings can be requested by contacting the Project Manager listed below. Please see the Accessibility/Accommodation document on our Public Involvement Background Information Page for more information regarding requesting accommodations.

Questions, comments, or inquiries can be made directly through the on-demand meeting or can be directed to the Project Manager listed below.

Gerald Libby, Jr., Project Manager, Maine Department of Transportation, 24 Child Street, 16 State House Station, Augusta, Maine 04333-0016. Telephone: (207) 592-3845. Email: gerald.g.libbyjr@maine.gov Work Identification Numbers 025449.00 Federal Aid Project Number 2544900

7/10/2024: Madison - Anson, Wearing Surface Replacement on Bicentennial Memorial Bridge, Public Meeting, On-Demand


FMI-Phone: 207-441-3658
FMI-Email: mark.parlin@maine.gov
Website: https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/415913f8cfcf4fc5a5cc3039a8fe6dd4
Download the Notice: DOC | PDF


Notice of Formal Public Meeting

ON-DEMAND PUBLIC MEETING MADISON - ANSON


Wearing Surface Replacement on Bicentennial Memorial Bridge

Access to this and all other active meeting presentations is available at our Public Meetings Page located at bit.ly/mainedot-meetings

MaineDOT will have an on-demand presentation available for this Formal Public Meeting. This meeting will give information about the proposed project, including a power point presentation and other pertinent information to help the public understand the project. These on-demand meetings allow for convenient viewing at any time. The meeting also provides the ability for online comments and questions that will be answered by MaineDOT staff.

This public meeting is to inform and invite public comments. We are particularly interested in learning local views, discovering local resources, and identifying local concerns and issues. Anyone interested can view the presentation at the above website or scan the QR Code with their smartphone for access.

MaineDOT invites and encourages you to review the meeting and share your thoughts on this project during the formal comment period from July 10th to July 26th.

Reasonable accommodations have been made to provide access to these meetings by providing access at any time within a two-week period. Additional accommodations to allow full participation in these meetings can be requested by contacting the Project Manager listed below. Please see the Accessibility/Accommodation document on our Public Involvement Background Information Page for more information regarding requesting accommodations.

Questions, comments, or inquiries can be made directly through the on-demand meeting or can be directed to the Project Manager listed below.

Mark Parlin, Project Manager, Maine Department of Transportation, 24 Child Street, 16 State House Station, Augusta, Maine 04333-0016. Telephone: (207) 441-3658. Email: mark.parlin@maine.gov Work Identification Numbers 26113.00

7/15/2024: North Berwick, Wells and Kennebunk, Eastern Trail Project, Public Meeting, On Demand


FMI-Phone: 207-215-3820
FMI-Email: mackenzie.a.kersbergen@maine.gov
Website: https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/415913f8cfcf4fc5a5cc3039a8fe6dd4
Download the Notice: DOC | PDF


Notice of Formal Meeting ON-DEMAND PUBLIC MEETING North Berwick, Wells, and Kennebunk


Eastern Trail Project Access to this and all other active meeting presentations is available at our Public Meetings Page located at bit.ly/mainedot-meetings MaineDOT will have an on-demand presentation available for this Formal Public Meeting. This meeting will give information about the proposed project, including video presentations and other pertinent information to help the public understand the project. These on-demand meetings allow for convenient viewing at any time. The meeting also provides the ability for online comments and questions that will be answered by MaineDOT staff. This public meeting is to inform and invite public comments. We are particularly interested in learning local views, discovering local resources, and identifying local concerns and issues. Anyone interested can view the presentation at the above website or scan the QR Code with their smartphone for access. MaineDOT invites and encourages you to review the meeting and share your thoughts on this project during the formal comment period from Monday July 15 to Wednesday August 7. Reasonable accommodation has been made to provide access to these meetings by providing access at any time within a two-week period. Additional accommodation to allow full participation in these meetings can be requested by contacting the Project Manager listed below. Please see the Accessibility/Accommodation document on our Public Involvement Background Information Page for more information regarding requesting accommodations. Questions, comments, or inquiries can be made directly through the on-demand meeting or can be directed to the Project Manager listed below. Mackenzie Kersbergen, Project Manager Maine Department of Transportation 24 Child Street, 16 State House Station, Augusta, Maine 04333-0016 Telephone: (207) 215-3820 Email: mackenzie.a.kersbergen@maine.gov Work Identification Numbers 027754.00

7/29/2024: Mountain Division Interim Trail Feasibility Study, Public Meeting, Online


FMI-Phone: (207) 592-3384
FMI-Email: Dakota.Hewlett@maine.gov
Website: https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/415913f8cfcf4fc5a5cc3039a8fe6dd4
Download the Notice: DOC | PDF


MaineDOT will have an on-demand presentation available for this Formal Public Meeting. This meeting will give information about the proposed project, including video presentations and other pertinent information to help the public understand the project. These on-demand meetings allow for convenient viewing at any time. The meeting also provides the ability for online comments and questions that will be answered by MaineDOT staff.

This public meeting is to inform and invite public comments. We are particularly interested in learning local views, discovering local resources, and identifying local concerns and issues. Anyone interested can view the presentation at the above website or scan the QR Code with their smartphone for access.

MaineDOT invites and encourages you to review the meeting and share your thoughts on this project during the formal comment period from July 29 to August 12.

Reasonable accommodations have been made to provide access to these meetings by providing access at any time within a two-week period. Additional accommodations to allow full participation in these meetings can be requested by contacting the Project Manager listed below. Please see the Accessibility/Accommodation document on our Public Involvement Background Information Page for more information regarding requesting accommodations.

Questions, comments, or inquiries can be made directly through the on-demand meeting or can be directed to the Project Manager listed below.

Dakota Hewlett, Project Manager, Maine Department of Transportation, 24 Child Street, 16 State House Station, Augusta, Maine 04333-0016. Telephone: (207) 592-3384 Email: Dakota.Hewlett@maine.gov Work Identification Numbers 026858.00

Maine Local Roads Workshops & Events

For more information on future workshops contact Maine Local Road Center at local.web@maine.gov or call 1-800-498-9133 or 207-624-3270.

We hope to be able to offer these “live” training sessions:

Conferences

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Public Notices

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1/30/2023: Limited Scope Section 4(f) Re-evaluation for the Frank J. Wood Bridge Project



Website: https://www.maine.gov/mdot/env/frankjwood/
Download the Notice: DOC | PDF


The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Maine DOT have completed a Limited Scope Section 4(f) Re-Evaluation for the Frank J. Wood Bridge Project (WIN# 22603.00). The project consists of replacement of the Frank J. Wood Bridge (#2016) on a curved upstream alignment. The bridge carries US Route 201 over the Androscoggin River between Brunswick and Topsham, Maine.

The scope of the Re-Evaluation is limited to conducting an analysis directed by a United States District Court Order. On March 2, 2022, the U.S District Court for the District of Maine ordered FHWA to conduct "further administrative proceedings consistent with the opinion of the Court of Appeals, i.e.: 'for the strictly limited purpose of allowing the agency to further justify use of the service-life analysis and/or to decide whether a 53% price differential represents a cost of an extraordinary magnitude under 23 C.F.R. 774.17." Historic Bridge Found. V. Buttigieg, No. 2:19-cv-408 (D. Me. Mar. 2, 2022) (quoting Historic Bridge Found. v. Buttigieg, 22 F.4th 275, 286 (1st Cir. 2022)).

The Section 4(f) Re-Evaluation finds that the 53% difference in 2019 Life Cycle Costs between replacement and rehabilitation alternatives is a cost of extraordinary magnitude in the context of the Project at issue. This Re-Evaluation also finds that as a result of the cost of extraordinary magnitude the rehabilitation alternatives are not prudent and feasible.

Interested parties may review the document at https://www.maine.gov/mdot/env/frankjwood/ .

Job Fairs

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