Martin’s Point Health Care
Traffic engineering services for the new medical office building on the Portland campus. Services included state and local permitting for the new medical office building and campus renovations, as well as traffic signal design for a new installation on Route 1 to serve the primary campus drive and pedestrian crosswalk.
Saint Joseph’s College
Traffic engineering services for long-range master planning, permitting and post-permitting monitoring purposes for several campus projects on the Saint Joseph’s Campus in Standish.
Oak Point Associates
Traffic engineering for local and state approvals of the new Falmouth Elementary School on the middle and high school campus. Services began with site review for alternative school sites and proceeded through state permitting and design of required off-site improvements. The project also included revisions and modifications to the Middle School site to improve access and circulation.
Traffic engineering services for sidewalk projects on Congress Avenue in Bath, sidewalk projects on Business Route 1 and Bristol Road in Damariscotta, the Safe Routes to Schools project in Dixfield, a sidewalk and shared bike lane project on Whipple Road in Kittery and a sidewalk project on Ossippee Trail in Standish.
Traffic engineering services to the Traffic Management Committee for the new spring sources in Dallas. The Committee was formed, as required by LURC, to identify and manage the truck traffic associated with the new Poland Spring source in Dallas. Services provided to the Committee include a traffic study of downtown Rangeley, improved downtown pedestrian crossings, conceptual design of improvements to three Rangeley intersections to accommodate large trucks, and liaison/coordination services.
Summit Natural Gas of Maine
Numerous Temporary Traffic Control Plans for gas pipeline installations at intersections across Central Maine for Summit Natural Gas, Schmid Pipeline and Daniel O’Connell Sons, Inc.
Town of Kennebunk
Traffic engineering review services for multiple development projects in Kennebunk including Shopper’s Village Expansion, Shops at Long Bank, the Shape Road Health and Wellness Center, Independence Business Park, CVS on Portland Road, Port Road developments, St. Martha’s Church, Savings Bank of Maine, The Grand, and Infinity Credit Union.
Pinkham & Greer
Traffic engineering services for approvals for the Hathaway Creative Center redevelopment effort in downtown Waterville, a new convenience store with fueling facilities in Hollis, expansion of the Samoset Resort in Rockland and Rockport and the new Cumberland Farms in Gorham along with traffic signal modifications to accommodate it.
New Hampshire Army National Guard Military Reservation Master Plan
Maine Traffic Resources provided traffic engineering for this master plan study to Oak Point Associates. Maine Traffic Resources reviewed three alternative courses of action regarding overall reservation access, parking quantities and locations and on-site circulation for both passenger and military vehicles, and pedestrian access and safety.