- PACTS Studies
Vision Zero is a strategy to eliminate all traffic fatalities and serious injuries by changing the way we design our roads and systems to ensure safe, healthy, equitable mobility for all.
Rapid Transit Study
The Rapid Transit Study will evaluate and determine rapid transit options in the Gorham-Westbrook-Portland corridor.
Transit Together is a study to examine opportunities for increased strategic partnerships, coordination, and integration within the region's transit system.
Transit Tomorrow will build a shared vision for the region’s public transportation network of buses, trains and ferries and lay out an investment plan for how to improve and expand our network over the next 30 years.
Cushing's Point Transportation Study
Biddeford Saco TOD
PACTS has selected the Mill District in Biddeford and Saco for a Transit-Oriented Development Concept Plan that will increase bicycle and pedestrian connectivity, boost transit ridership, reduce traffic, and provide a rich mix of housing, shopping and transportation choices.
The plan envisions a complete network of accessible trails, paths, ways, and modes, serving all people and places, promoting a culture of healthy living, and a vibrant economy in the Portland Area Comprehensive Transportation System region.
High Crash Locations Study
The Portland Area Comprehensive Transportation System (PACTS) is undertaking the “High Crash Locations Assessment” to improve the safety of High Crash Locations (HCLs) in its 18-member municipal region.
Maine Mall Transit Oriented Development
The South Portland Maine Mall site has been selected as a pilot location for a Transit-Oriented Development Concept Plan as a part of the current PACTS work plan.
Transit Stop Access Project
The Transit Stop Access Project will prioritize and fund pedestrian and bicycle improvements at bus stops for three fixed route transit services in the PACTS region.
Moving Southern Maine Forward
The Portland Area Comprehensive Transportation System (PACTS) and Greater Portland Council of Governments (GPCOG) have partnered with the region’s seven public transit agencies to embark on a regional transit development plan for Southern Maine.
Stupendous Tournament of Transit
On June 14th GPCOG/PACTS held the Stupendous Tournament of Transit, a team event that gave transit decision makers and stakeholders an opportunity to experience regional transit travel firsthand.
Complete Streets Policy