Paving Projects 

This page lists the paving projects on roadways anticipated to take place in calendar year 2022. Road users should expect the roadway surface to be grooved or uneven until paving is completed. Travelers should expect lane closures and delays for the duration of the work. Where sidewalk and curb ramp work is proposed, pedestrian detours should be expected. 

Last updated: April 22, 2022

2021 cip pAVING

Work to begin on Walnut Street starting the week of 4/25/22.

Please contact Lauren Andersen at landersen@portlandmaine.gov if you have any questions.

elm street

congress to marginal way

The scope of this MPI Paving project is repaving and pedestrian improvements along Elm Street. The project includes milling (removing) the existing pavement surface and installing new asphalt pavement overlay, curb ramp and sidewalk segments in poor condition within the project limits will be reconstructed to be compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and a new striping pattern incorporating a designated bike lane for a majority of the project limits will be installed.

Shaw Brothers will be mobilizing the week of April 11, 2022. Traffic will be limited to one lane for this work and there may be some traffic delays.

Please contact Lauren Andersen at landersen@portlandmaine.gov if you have any questions.

STEVENS AVENUE

PLEASANT AVENUE TO FOREST AVENUE

The scope of this MPI Paving project is repaving and pedestrian improvements along Stevens Avenue. The project includes milling (removing) the existing pavement surface and installing new asphalt pavement overlay, curb ramp and areas of sidewalk in poor condition within the project limits will be reconstructed to be compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and new striping along the corridor to incorporate bike lanes.

This project was advertised in March 2022 and bids opened 3/21/22. Shaw Brothers is the apparent low bidder and will be awarded the Contract. Work will likely start in June 2022. 

If you have any questions, comments, or need more information, please contact the City of Portland Senior Engineer, Lauren Andersen at landersen@portlandmaine.gov