GPCOG News | Archive: May 2019

GPCOG supports creation of a Maine Climate Change Council

Kristina Egan, executive director of the Greater Portland Council of Governments, told the Legislature’s Environment and Natural Resources Committee today that meaningful reductions in greenhouse gases are impossible without addressing carbon emissions produced by motor vehicles. Testifying in support of LD[...]Read Full Article ❯❯

Become a mobility liaison!

  GPCOG is looking for people with the first-hand experience with transportation barriers – including older adults, people with disabilities and people of color – to provide input and expertise for our mobility and access initiatives. Click HERE to learn[...]Read Full Article ❯❯

The Region’s Top Transportation Priorities

This winter we held a series of six meetings around the region in GPCOG and PACTS communities to help identify the region’s top transportation priorities. The highest priorities for participants were: Improve and expand public transportation Install better traffic signals[...]Read Full Article ❯❯

AECOM chosen for Transit Tomorrow project

Engineering firm AECOM, with offices in Portland, will help a group of seven Portland-area transit agencies put together the Transit Tomorrow project. AECOM, which was chosen through a competitive bid process, will provide technical expertise, synthesize public input and produce[...]Read Full Article ❯❯