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Maine Integrated Freight Plan
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    The Maine Department of Transportation (MDOT) recognizes the increasingly important role played by freight transportation in the management and growth of its region?s overall transportation infrastructure, and in the promotion of Maine?s economic vitality. The MDOT?s Office of Freight Transportation has worked for consideration and advancement of freight improvement projects and has taken several significant steps in expanding its freight transportation planning activities. This effort was advanced with the completion of the first Integrated Freight Plan (IFP) in 1998. That plan summarized the freight system in Maine, how it was being used, what its key issues were, and recommended strategies for its improvement. In an effort to continue its approach to addressing freight transportation within the State, the Maine DOT has completed this update to the original Integrated Freight Plan (IFP) in order to help create a more advanced, state-of-the-art freight program for the State. The overall project approach was to build upon the existing IFP, completed in 1998, to update data where appropriate, and to take the next step forward in statewide freight transportation planning. An effort was made not to duplicate work completed in the earlier IFP. Tables, figures, 154p.

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