HCPC Corridor Regional Analysis and Planning
Analysis

Region 4 Transportation Analysis
Municipal Survey Map of Responding Towns
Municipal Survey Project Requests

Plans Acadia All American Road Corridor Management Plan
Schoodic National Scenic Byway Corridor Management Plan
Blackwoods Byway Corridor Management Plan
Million Dollar View Corridor Management Plan
Downeast Sunrise Trail Corridor Management Plan
Resources www.bywaysonline.org

Corridor Management Planning

Individuality

Corridor plans are written to the character and needs of the corridor and with a particular audience in mind. For instance, a scenic bwyay corridor plan needs to address the intrinsic values of the corridor, such as scenic character, recreational opportunities and folkways. A management plan for a truck route might emphasize passing lanes, weigh stations and amenities needed by truck drivers.

Commonality

In a general sense corridor plans should contain common elements including:

Process

The planning process should include

Participation

Participation should be integral to every step of the process. Participants should include local elected representatives or their delagates, transportation providers, user groups, related local, regional, state and federal agencies and the public at large. Participation should engage an inner circle in regular meetings and a larger circle in a more limited number of well advertised public presentations.