Monthly Archives: December 2014

BikeMaine 2014 generated $395,000 for local communities (Lewiston Sun Journal)


This article originally appeared on SunJournal.com  Wednesday, December 17, 2014 PORTLAND —  The second annual BikeMaine seven-day bicycle ride contributed an estimated $395,000 in direct economic benefits to the communities along its route. The ride, produced by the Bicycle Coalition … Continue reading

 

Maine Supreme Court upholds $750K award to victim of bicycle accident (BDN)


This article was originally posted on bangordailynews.com. By Christopher Cousins, BDN Staff Posted Dec. 17, 2014, at 12:19 p.m. AUGUSTA, Maine — The Maine Supreme Judicial Court on Tuesday upheld a $750,000 award to the victim of a 2010 bicycle accident and in the … Continue reading

 

Paving plan well received (Times Record)


MDOT officials attend meeting in Woolwich BY DARCIE MOORE Times Record Staff After hearing a presentation Monday night on the Maine Department of Transportation’s plans to mill and pave a section of Route 1 next summer, town officials — and … Continue reading

 

Maine high court upholds $750,000 award to bicyclist hit by school bus (PPH)


The Supreme Judicial Court rejected an appeal by the bus company seeking to overturn last year’s jury verdict in favor of Romanian student Monica Semian. BY SCOTT DOLAN STAFF WRITER sdolan@pressherald.com | @scottddolan | 207-791-6304 The Maine Supreme Judicial Court has upheld a $750,000 judgment awarded … Continue reading

 

Complete Streets: Maine Seeks to Make Roadways More People-Friendly (MPBN)


Complete Streets: Maine Seeks to Make Roadways More People-Friendly By IRWIN GRATZ • DEC 10, 2014 When Main Street in Bangor was last re-built it wasn’t a “Complete Street.” Who says so? State Transportation Commissioner David Bernhardt. And he ought … Continue reading