All of the public meetings will include breakouts on ALL of the plans. The
meetings begin with a general overview of the family of plans, and are
followed by specific plan breakout discussions. Participants can join up
to two breakouts, or do the same breakout twice to keep the discussion
I'll be facilitating the active transportation plan breakout.
Here's the link to register for tonight's meeting.
Here's a link to the MaineDOT's Public Input site, at which you can make
comments about what you see as needs etc.
PPBAC will also be contacted soon so that a representative of the group can
join a stakeholder meeting consisting of bike/ped committees and community
advocates to get the group's perspective on needs, priorities, etc.
*Director, Maine Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Education Program*
*Past President, Greater Portland Chapter, New England Mountain Bike
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On Sat, Mar 12, 2022 at 12:30 PM John Brooking <johnbrooking4@xxxxxxxxx>
This page just came up as a sponsored ad in my Facebook feed, and includes
information on their “family of plans”. Next week is a general overview,
then the week after that focuses on the rail plan.
Cyclist, Cycling Educator, Technologist
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