KACTS Planning Projects


Route 236 Corridor Study Phase 1 - 2019


Route 236 Corridor Study Phase 2 - 2022

Route 236 Traffic and Safety Study DRAFT Report


Berwick Vehicle, Bicycle and Pedestrian Study - 2019

Berwick Vehicle, Bicycle and Pedestrian Final Report


Kittery Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan - 2021


KACTS Capital Projects


 Walker Street & Wentworth Street (Route 103), Kittery Foreside

  • Project Manager(s): Brian Keezer, MaineDOT
  • KACTS Contact: Eric Sanderson, SMPDC
  • Estimated Costs: $913,053.99
  • Engineering / Design Firm: T.Y. Lin International
  • Project Schedule: Preliminary Engineering / Design has begun.
  • Project Description:
    Paving & sidewalk widening beginning at Walker Street 0.09 of a mile west of Main Street & extending east 0.31 of a mile to Wentworth Street, paving & sidewalk improvements extending north from Walker Street Ext 0.19 of a mile to Whipple Road, and upgrading the signal at Walker Street and Wentworth Street.


York Village, York

  • Project Manager(s): Dean Lessard, Public Works Director, Town of York
  • KACTS Contact: Stephanie Carver, SMPDC
  • Estimated Costs: $810,000.00
  • Project Schedule: Preliminary Engineering / Design has begun.
  • Project Description:
    Located at the intersection of Route 1A and Long Sands Road. This project will consist of realigning the intersection at Route 1A (York Street) and Long Sands Road, drainage improvements, and then relocating the Joshua Chamberlain statue currently in the middle of the intersection to a new park, where people can safely visit the statue.


Transit Studies & Projects


Southern Maine Transit Assessment - 2021-2022

Existing Conditions Assessment- AECOM September 2022

Pandemic Impacts Report- AECOM September 2022

Southern Maine Transit Assessment Final Report - AECOM September 2022


Southern Maine Intercity Routing Study - 2018

Intercity Transit Final Report


Regional Transportation (Rural)


Traffic Incident Management Program

The Traffic Incident Management Program is made up of groups of stakeholders consisting of law enforcement, fire and rescue, towing & recovery and transportation agencies interested in enhancing traffic incident management on Maine’s roadways.


Regional Trail Networks (Eastern Trail & Mtn Division)


Eastern Trail Feasibility Study


State Coordination


Sustainable Transportation