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Bridge / Tunnel Crossing Study : Portland Harbor - Fore River, Portland - South Portland

Report by Fay, Spofford & Thorndike, Inc., Engineers, Boston, Mass.

Prepared for the Maine Department of Transportation, Augusta, Maine, 1973.

Contents: Table of Contents / List of Figures / List of Tables / Introduction / Summary of Findings / Section 1 - General Background - Location Study / Section 2 - Alternative Facilities and Locations / Section 3 - Comparison of Construction Costs - Tunnel Versus Bridge / Section 4 - Traffic Analysis / Section 5 - Cost Effectiveness Analysis / Section 6 - Financial Analysis / References

Publication Date

1-1973

Publisher

Maine Department of Transportation

City

Augusta. Maine

Keywords

Civil Engineering, Community Planning, Portland, Tunnels, Bridges, Roads, Portland Harbor, Fore River, South Portland, Location Studies, Construction Costs, Traffic Flow, Bridge Construction, Tunnel Construction, Travel Time, Traffic Volume, Tolls, Traffic Analysis, Transportation, Commute Time, Motorists, Infrastructure, Corridor, Crossing Study, City Planning

Disciplines

Architectural Engineering | Civil Engineering | Construction Engineering | Construction Engineering and Management | Engineering | Growth and Development | Infrastructure | Structural Engineering | Transportation Engineering | Urban, Community and Regional Planning

Comments

USM Library Stacks: TG 25 P7 F3

Creative Commons License

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Bridge / Tunnel Crossing Study : Portland Harbor - Fore River, Portland - South Portland


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