PORTLAND — The Portland Area Comprehensive Transportation System will hold its annual meeting today during a time of continued austerity.

The meeting at the University of Southern Maine’s Glickman Library comes during a year in which there will be no transportation bonds on the ballot because of Gov. Paul LePage’s decision to oppose any new borrowing by the Legislature.

John W. Duncan, PACTS director, said the meeting will include an overview of funding by the Maine Department of Transportation, updates on transportation programs in Greater Portland and a review of efforts to improve communication and coordination on transit projects.

Duncan said he expects about 90 representatives of towns, cities and federal transit agencies to attend the meeting, which starts at noon.