Monthly Archives: October 2016

Bicycling Advocates Warn of Rise in Bike and Pedestrian Accidents


This article originally appeared on MainePublic.org BANGOR, Maine – A Maine group that promotes bicycling says it’s noticed an uptick in the number of fatal crashes between automobiles and bicyclists and pedestrians in recent weeks. Three people have been killed in separate incidents … Continue reading

 

Safety gets spruced up for a day in streets of Waterville


This article originally appeared on PressHerald.com BY MADELINE ST. AMOUR WATERVILLE — What looked like colorful fall decor popped up Wednesday morning near busy intersections on Main and Front streets here. The hay bales, pumpkins and flowers weren’t just to … Continue reading

 

The future is in good hands


This article originally appeared in the Ellsworth American Dear Editor: People like to complain about young folks. But during and after BikeMaine’s visit to Lubec I received a lovely surprise. We had youngsters from the Lubec Consolidated School, the Campobello … Continue reading

 

Waterville to Install Temporary Curb Extensions to Increase Pedestrian Safety (Video)


This article originally appeared on WABI.TV BRANDON DOYEN Click here to watch the video Downtown Waterville will soon feature temporary curb extensions to shorten pedestrian crossings. It’s part of a two-part safety demonstration project organized by the city and the … Continue reading