This committee has completed its assignment and is no longer meeting.
Following acceptance in 2015 of the Route 100 Vision Report by the Town Council, Falmouth voters approved funding for the Route 100 project in June 2016. The project is receiving major funding support from the Maine Department of Transportation. The municipal portion of the costs are funded through the West Falmouth Crossing Tax Increment Financing (TIF) District.
The Route 100 Infrastructure Project includes:
- Making the Mountain/Falmouth Rd/Rt. 100 intersection and Leighton Rd/Rt. 100 intersection safer with dedicated turning lanes and traffic lights
- Rebuilding Route 100 from Leighton Road to Libby Bridge
- Improving pedestrian safety by adding sidewalks
- Improving street and pedestrian lighting with LED fixtures
- Extending public sewer on Route 100 between Leighton and Mountain/Falmouth Road
- Replacing deteriorating stormwater drainage infrastructure
- Adding bicycle lanes from Portland city line to Libby Bridge (with consistent striping to Winslow Farm).
Two project bids were received on November 20, 2018. A link for regular construction updates has been posted on top left side of this page. Construction is expected to be complete by September 2020.
|Theo Holtwijk||Director of Long-Range Planning||207-699-5340|
|Joseph McDonnell||Vice Chair|