Civil Rights/Title VI
PACTS is committed to complying with all federal and Maine civil rights laws and policies. PACTS maintains a Civil Rights Plan that covers responsibilities and goals related to Title VI, Environmental Justice, and other non-discrimination mandates. Each year, the Maine Department of Transportation (MaineDOT) requires an updated goals and accomplishments report.
- PACTS Civil Rights Plan: Title VI, Environmental Justice, Non-Discrimination Updated August 2020
- FFY 2021-2022 Goals & Accomplishments Report
- FFY 2020-2021 Goals & Accomplishments Report
- FFY 2019-2020 Goals & Accomplishments Report
- PACTS Title VI/Nondiscrimination Assurances
Filing a Complaint:
- Discrimination Complaint Procedures (English)
- إجراءات الشكاوى المتعلقة بالتمييز في الحقوق المدنية (Arabic)
- Procédures de Plainte Contre La Discrimination en Matière de Droits Civils (French)
- PROCEDIMENTOS DE QUEIXA POR DISCRIMINAÇÃO (Portuguese)
- HABRACA CABASHOYINKA MIDABTAKOORKA XUQUUQAHA MADANIGA (Somali)
- PROCEDIMIENTO DE QUEJA POR DISCRIMINACIÓN Y VIOLACIÓN DE DERECHOS CIVILES (Spanish)
Programs to Support Civil Rights
PACTS administers several programs to ensure that protected populations have equal access to the benefits of, and participation in, the MPO’s transportation-planning process, free from discrimination.
This program involves a broad range of community members and organizations in improving transportation access for people with barriers. Mobility For All initiatives use inclusive practices to engage older adults, people with disabilities, people of color, and other underserved communities in transportation planning and decision-making.
The Public Involvement Program provides avenues through which all residents, including protected populations, can participate in PACTS transportation-planning and decision-making process.
Access to PACTS-sponsored Meetings
Locations for all PACTS-sponsored meetings are accessible to people with disabilities and are near public transportation whenever possible. Upon request (two weeks in advance), every effort will be made to provide accommodations such as assistive-listening devices, materials in accessible formats and in languages other than English, and interpreters in American Sign Language and non-English languages. Please contact Zoe Miller for more information.
For Additional Information
PACTS also has a brochure available that includes the information from this webpage.
- English Title VI Brochure (PDF)
- French Title VI Brochure (PDF)
- Somali Title VI Brochure (PDF)
- Spanish Title VI Brochure (PDF)
To request printed brochures, information in another language, or for additional information regarding Title VI, please contact: Tom Bell, GPCOG Communications Director, at (207) 613-4361 or at firstname.lastname@example.org