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MDOT: Bath viaduct project ahead of schedule


Woolwich general contractor Reed & Reed is about three weeks ahead of schedule in its replacement of the Route 1 viaduct in Bath that connects the highway with the four-lane Sagadahoc Bridge crossing...

‘No frills’ rural airport to receive rehab

Oxford County Regional Airport is in need of significant rehabilitation as the county prepares for its reutilization.

Eastport takes another step to advance wood chip exports to EU

Eastport is one step closer to shipping bulk wood chips to the European Union for use as biomass fuel.

METRO Breez stop in Brunswick to expand work/shopping commuter rides

Extending the METRO Breez bus service to Brunswick, currently under consideration by the town council, could benefit commuters and shoppers.

UMaine at Presque Isle students map with drones

Drone technology for practical application is getting a boost at the University of Maine at Presque Isle, where students and professors in the geographic information systems program deployed two DJI...

Report: Maine infrastructure needs solutions and investment

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Maine's infrastructure grade remained unchanged from four years ago, the American Society of Civil Engineers reported Monday.

Low gas prices mean one less holiday headache for Mainers

The good news continues for Mainers looking to fill up their vehicles for the holiday this week as the average price for a gallon of gas fell for the second week in a row to $2.22, a decrease of...

Amtrak Downeaster expands Boston service

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Starting Monday, passengers traveling aboard the Amtrak Downeaster will have yet another option for traveling to Boston, as the commuter train service is introducing a third daily round-trip between...

Downeaster ridership soars 19% for FY2016

Amtrak reported that the Downeaster train, which connects Boston and Maine, reported ridership of 500,081 for the fiscal year ended Sept. 30, a gain of 18.9%. In FY2015, the Downeaster reported...

Gas prices tumble in Maine, nation

There’s good news for Mainers looking to fill up their vehicles this week, as the average price for a gallon of gas dropped by three cents to $2.25.