Route 1 Corridor Study

 

Draft Report Public Presentation

June 20, 2019, at Wentworth School, 6pm.


Review the Draft Report

*All portions, scudding Appendix, of the draft report are provided at the bottom of this page.  

Below are the sections which relate specifically to Scarborough:

1. Introduction

2. Scarborough road segment recommendations 

3. Access management concepts- Saco town line through Dunstan

4. Access management concepts- Milliken Rd. to Oak Hill

5. Access management concepts- Oak Hill to South Portland 

6. Guidelines for transit


7. Complete DRAFT Report



Study Purpose and Need Statement

The purpose of this study is to make the Route 1 corridor from Downtown Saco to Pleasant Hill Road in Scarborough safe and accessible for all travel modes, including motor vehicles, transit users, bicyclists, and pedestrians. Making the corridor more accessible will stimulate economic development, reduce vehicle delay, and improve safety for all users.


Public Opinion Survey- Results

Click here to read a summary of the results from the public opinion survey



Project Timeline

Public Meeting #1 – Initial Input - 12/5/2018 in Saco & 12/13/2018 Scarborough

Draft Analysis and Recommendations - Dec. 2018 through May 2019

Public Meeting #2- Review of draft recommendations and findings- June 2019

Final Plan posted- July 2019 (estimate)


Minutes of the Public Meeting, December 13, 2018 at Scarborough Town Hall


Press Publications

Articles and press releases:

Click here to read the June 2019 press release


Click here for a link to the article that was in the Portland Press Herald on Dec. 4


Click here for a link to the article that ran in the Scarborough Leader on Nov. 30



Jay Chace
Town Planner
Phone: (207) 730-4042
Email: 
jchace
@scarboroughmaine.org

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