"Building & real estate" special section piece on how Maine transportation offic
"Building & real estate" special section piece on how Maine transportation officials must rely on just 1.29 million residents to help fund transportation costs. Fuel tax revenue is shrinking at a time when 33 percent of state-maintained highways don't meet modern design and pavement quality standards, according to a recent report, "Maine's Roads and Bridges: The Need to Further Modernize the Backbone of the State's Transportation System." With details on how federal funding and a bond issue, Question 6, will affect highways, ferries, trails, and other transportation projects in Maine, and a look at the condition of bridges in the state, including the failed Waldo-Hancock Bridge.
Tompkins, Scott, ""Building & real estate" special section piece on how Maine transportation offic" (2003). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 2656.
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