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United to fly nonstop from Portland Jetport to Denver

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United Airlines will start nonstop seasonal service from Portland International Jetport to Denver this spring, the Jetport announced on Thursday.

Portland METRO breaks ridership record, plans changes

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New routes and programs have boosted ridership on Greater Portland Transit District METRO service to nearly 2 million rides a year in 2018, an increase of 5% over 2017, part of a regional increase in...

Old Town-based Sewall acquires Maine Traffic Resources

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James W. Sewall Co., an engineering and consulting firm in Old Town, has acquired Maine Traffic Resources, a transportation engineering firm in Gardiner.

Eastport conveyor system trial could lead to export deal

The first use of the Port of Eastport’s bulk conveyor system is expected this spring.

C&L Aviation Group opens office in Singapore

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C&L Aerospace, part of Bangor-based C&L Aviation Group, announced today it is opening a satellite office in Singapore to serve commercial and regional airline customers in Asia.

National Park Service will invest $5.4M in Acadia's shuttle service

Laurie Schreiber |

Acadia National Park, coming off a year of strong growth in visitors arriving by bus, has received federal funding to upgrade the Island Explorer fleet of free shuttle buses.

Shutdown affects Bay Ferries ferry plan in Bar Harbor

Laurie Schreiber |

The federal government shutdown is hampering Bay Ferries Ltd.’s processing of plans to re-establish ferry service between Bar Harbor and Nova Scotia.

Shipping and distribution startup with Icelandic ties sets course for Portland

Renee Cordes |

Six years after Eimskip moved its U.S. headquarters to Portland, another company doing business between Iceland and North America aims to make its mark in Maine's largest city. The future newcomer is...

Cold storage facility may have new life with Port Authority proposal

Maine Port Authority hopes to leverage $8 million in state funding and use federal tax incentives to spur another $8 million in private investment to erect a cold-storage warehouse that would enhance...

Bangor looks into improving its Community Connector bus system

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The Bangor City Council this week authorized a $99,966 contract for a transit study of its Community Connector bus system.

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