Programs

Traffic Incident Management (TIM) Committees are groups of stakeholders consisting of law enforcement, fire, rescue, towing, recovery, and transportation agencies interested in enhancing traffic incident management on Maine’s roadways.

The Maine TIM program focuses on the following objectives:

  • Increase responder safety by eliminating struck-by incidents, injuries, and fatalities.
  • Minimize impacts to the free flow of traffic
  • Decrease incident clearance time
  • Decrease secondary incident occurrences
  • Improve inter-agency communication during incidents.

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Penobscot CountyNorthern Penobscot CountyHancock CountyCapital Region – Augusta RegionMaine / New HampshireWashington CountyMidcoastPortland Area
Programs by Region
Statewide

This group provides overarching guidance and allows for a statewide assessment of various issues and themes for traffic incident management throughout the regions and groups in the State.

Agendas

June 2022

Penobscot County

This group serves Penobscot County and has members from a variety of backgrounds who provide region specific insight to the group. A few of the primary roadways and factors in this region include I-95, 395, and Route 2. This region includes the greater Bangor urbanized area and stretches from Newport to Old Town.

Agendas

March 2022
December 2021
September 2021
June 2021

Northern Penobscot County

This group is currently being developed and will serve northern Penobscot County. A few of the primary roadways and factors in this region include I-95. This region includes the area north of the greater Bangor urbanized area and stretches to Medway.

Hancock County

This group serves Hancock County and has members from a variety of backgrounds who provide region specific insight to the group. A few of the primary roadways and factors in this region include Route 1, Route 1A, and Route 9. This region stretches from Bucksport past Bar Harbor and north.

Agendas

March 2022
December 2021
September 2021
June 2021

Washington County

This group is currently being developed and will serve Washington County. A few of the primary roadways and factors in this region include Route 1, Route 9, and having an international border.

Midcoast

This group serves Midcoast Maine, from Bath to the Belfast area and has members from a variety of backgrounds who provide region specific insight to the group. A few of the primary roadways and factors in this region include 295 and Route 1.

Agendas

September 2021
June 2021

Capital Region – Augusta Area

This group serves the greater Augusta area and has members from a variety of backgrounds who provide region specific insight to the group. A few of the primary roadways and factors in this region include I-95, 295, Route 202, and other arterial roads in Kennebec County.

Portland Area

This group serves the greater Portland area and has members from a variety of backgrounds who provide region specific insight to the group. A few of the primary roadways and factors in this region include I-95, 295, Route 1, and other arterial roads in Cumberland County.

Agendas

March 2022
January 2022
October 2021
July 2021
April 2021

Maine-New Hampshire

This group serves the Portsmouth/Kittery area and has members from a variety of backgrounds who provide region specific insight to the group. A few of the primary roadways and factors in this region include I-95, Route 1, Route 4, and other arterial roads in the area.

Agendas

April 2021
January 2021

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