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The ATRC MPO is responsible for establishing a continuing, cooperative and comprehensive transportation planning process for Lewiston, Auburn, Lisbon and a portion of Sabattus, according to federal and state laws.
The Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) is a statement of work, or business plan identifying activities to be carried out by the ATRC MPO.
AADT stands for Average Annual Daily Traffic. This type of count determines the average daily traffic of a location based on data collected over the course of an entire year.
Email George Peterson at the Androscoggin Transportation Resource Center.
Passengers can also purchase monthly passes which allow for unlimited rides during the month. Monthly passes cost $36.00 for regular fare, and $18.00 for senior/ADA and students. Monthly passes are only good for the month indicated on the pass.
If you are using a multi-ride pass present your pass to the driver and he/she will punch out a trip. The multi-ride passes are good for either 6 rides or 11 rides. If you have a monthly pass, show the driver the front of the pass as you board so the driver can verify that it is for the correct month. Monthly passes need to be signed on the back of the pass.
No. citylink runs a full schedule Monday through Friday, 6:00 AM to 6:15 PM, and a limited schedule on Saturday, 9:15 AM to 5:15 PM.
No. There are public restrooms at the Downtown Auburn Transportation Center located at 24 Great Falls Plaza, Auburn.
The most recent census data at the town level is a five year American Community Survey (ACS) figure for years 2011-2015
Demographic Profiles for Maine Towns, Cities, Counties, and the State can be found at the Census State Data Center.
The Maine Dept of Labor, Local Area Unemployment Statistics program provides monthly estimates of the labor force, employment, unemployment, and unemployment rates for the state, counties, labor market areas, metropolitan and micropolitan statistical areas, and cities and towns (minor civil divisions).