Monthly Archives: November 2015

Franklin Street Feasibility Study—Phase 2


The Bicycle Coalition of Maine is pleased to offer the following comments on the Franklin Street Feasibility Study-Phase II. In general, the primacy and importance of motor vehicle travel seems implicit throughout this document. In general, especially in the opening … Continue reading

 

Public Comment Yarmouth: Feasibility of Bicycles in the Pratt’s Brook Park


Summary Statement The Bicycle Coalition of Maine is the statewide organization working to make Maine better for bicycling and walking. After a site walk in the park on November 4, the Bicycle Coalition of Maine finds that there are no … Continue reading

 

Leg Work: Walkability tour targets dangerous places for pedestrians


This article originally appeared on PressHerald.com If you live in southern Maine, chances are you’ve driven on Route 302 through the middle of Bridgton. But I bet you never noticed what I saw on a recent walking tour of its … Continue reading

 

Public Comment: Yarmouth Route 1 Bridge Bike/Ped Accommodations


Summary Statement It is the Bicycle Coalition of Maine’s position that the Town of Yarmouth’s proposed bicycle and pedestrian accommodations on the replacement Route 1 Bridge and adjacent roadways are warranted and will create major improvements in the safety and … Continue reading