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Transportation Investment Ballot Measures

Maine State, County and Local Transportation Investment Ballot Measures

100%

of 12 measures approved by voters 2009-2018

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$858M

Revenue approved by voters 2009-2018


In Maine, 100% of 2 measures on the 2018 general election ballot passed for $274.41 million.

LocationTypeModeDescriptionAnticipated Revenue GeneratedResult% Yes% NoSource
Statewide Bond Transportation Authorize $106 million bond issuance for: (a)bridge rehabilitation and repair, (b) road repairs, (c)bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure, (d) bus and ferry transit and (e) upgrade the International Marine Terminal. $106 million Win 68 32 https://www.maine.gov/sos/cec/elec/results/index.html
Augusta Bond Roads Borrow $1,576,000 to pay for the reconstruction, renovation, repair and improvement of city streets, sidewalks and related facilities over the next 20 years. The bond is expected to accrue $680,000 in interest. $1,576,000 Win 71 29 http://www.augustamaine.gov/businesses/city_government/elections.php

In Maine, 100% of 2 measures on the 2017 general election ballot passed for $244.8 million.

LocationTypeModeDescriptionAnticipated Revenue GeneratedResult% Yes% NoSource
Bath Bond Infrastructure Proposal to utilize $2.8 million in bonds for street and sidewalk improvements. $2.8 million Win 82 18 http://www.cityofbath.com/Elections/
Statewide Bond Infrastructure Request for $105 million in bonds to be used for the state's transportation infrastructure. $242 million Win 72 28 http://www.maine.gov/sos/cec/elec/results/index.html

In Maine, 100% of 3 measures on the 2016 general election ballot passed for $102.3 million.

LocationTypeModeDescriptionAnticipated Revenue GeneratedResult% Yes% NoSource
Boothbay Bond Roads Article 2: Request for a bond to finance improvements to Route 27 in Boothbay. $1,150,000 Win 55 45 http://maineelections.bangordailynews.com/
Boothbay Other Roads with the state for $3,300,000 for Route 27 improvements. If approved, the state will pay 30 percent of the costs, PGC5, LLC will pay 35 percent of the costs, with the town responsible for the rest. $2,150,000 Win 54 46 http://maineelections.bangordailynews.com/
Statewide Bond Transportation Approved by the legislature on April 15 for the November ballot, the proposed bond would fund highways, bridges, ports, and intermodal facilities. $100 million Win 61 39 http://maine.gov/sos/cec/elec/results/index.html