Public Participation

Stay informed about the progress of the Safety Action Plan and upcoming events through this website and our email list. We look forward to sharing our progress and engaging with the community to achieve Vision Zero. Despite this plan’s reliance on a highly technical approach, its success and the region’s progress towards zero can only come through substantial engagement with individuals and stakeholders across southern Maine. The community is a vital partner in this process, and we want -- and need -- to hear your lived experiences of traveling in the KACTS region.

Project Updates

  • The KACTS Safety Action Plan survey is now closed. Thank you to everyone who submitted a response. Your input will help shape the priorities that appear in the plan.

Public Meeting: February 29, 6:00 PM at Kennebunk High School 

This initial public meeting included a review of the study’s scope and intent, recent crash data and trends, contributing factors in fatal and severe injury crashes, maps of the High-Injury and High-Risk Networks, and a Q&A.

 

Question? Comment?

Members of the public are invited to submit comments and questions via the project email at:

KACTSSafetyActionPlan@smpdc.org

Project Manager: Dean Williams
Sr. Transportation / Land Use Planner

dwilliams@smpdc.org OR (207) 571-7065

 

SMPDC is committed to a public process that is open to all. Materials generated to support the outreach process are available upon request in translated formats. When meetings are held, they will be accessible to people with disabilities. MaineDOT/SMPDC provides reasonable accommodations and/or language assistance free of charge upon request (e.g. interpreters in American Sign Language and languages other than English, live captioning, videos, assistive listening devices and alternate material formats), as available. For accommodation or language assistance, please contact Dean Williams at dwilliams@smpdc.org or (207) 571-7065.

Additional accommodations to allow full participation in these meetings can be requested by contacting the Project Manager listed above. Please see the Accessibility/Accommodation document on our Public Involvement Background Information Page for more information regarding requesting accommodations.

Requests should be made as soon as possible and prior to the hearing, and for more difficult to arrange services including sign-language, CART or language translation or interpretation, requests should be made at least ten business days prior to the hearing.