Maine environmental regulators will decide next week whether the state should join others in adopting California-style regulations to limit the sale of new gas-powered vehicles.
Two freight land ports from Maine to Canada are getting closer to being revamped as part of the U.S. General Services Administration's $3.4 billion infrastructure investment fund plan.October 12, 2023
Maine Gov. Janet Mills has signed a two-year, $829 million highway budget law creating a reliable revenue stream to fund highway repairs using portions of state motor vehicle taxes.June 26, 2023
Three steel bridges in Maine that cross Interstate 95 and date to the Dwight Eisenhower administration are included in a $1.8 billion plan to overhaul some of the state’s transportation infrastructure.February 9, 2022
Maine voters backed a question Nov. 2 authorizing another $100 million in transportation bonds, the seventh straight year the state has approved such a referendum aimed at addressing funding shortfalls for crucial infrastructure.
The Maine Motor Transport Association is targeting Gen Z and other young workers with a video storytelling campaign aimed at filling shortages of truck drivers and technicians.
Maine Gov. Janet Mills signed an executive order to accelerate “clean transportation solutions” through measures such as increased charging infrastructure and more electric vehicles.April 5, 2021
In an effort to ease the commercial transport of lobster, a group of Maine lawmakers submitted a request to federal government officials asking to clarify the definition of “livestock” in a recently issued interim final rule.January 6, 2021
The American Society of Civil Engineers on Dec. 2 released infrastructure report cards for Maine and West Virginia, both of which reflect challenges associated with aging infrastructure and financial needs.December 2, 2020