Happy Valentine’s Day! All this week MassDOT is telling stories shared with us by couples connecting at Boston South Station. Enjoy the final of four stories, and we thank everyone who responded to our call for Cupid. Are You a Dermatologist? Kristin Failla boarded the …Continue Reading South Station Romance: Are You a Dermatologist?
MassDOT invited readers to share stories of romance with a Boston South Station connection, and we are sharing four this week. Today’s story began more than a century ago. The Floured Suitor Destined for a new life in America, Mary Anne Ward emigrated from Ireland …Continue Reading South Station Romance: The Floured Suitor
MassDOT in coordination with DATTCO, Inc. today announced new regional transportation services coming soon as part of the new BusPlus program to increase the intercity and commuter transportation options available across the Commonwealth and all of New England. BusPlus is a public/private partnership in which …Continue Reading BusPlus Program Announces New Regional Service
MassDOT last month invited readers to share stories of romance with a Boston South Station twist. This week, we are sharing four of these stories, one each through Valentine’s Day. Enjoy! Taking the Midnight Train Shawn Marie and Jon Simmons’ romance began on the beach …Continue Reading South Station Romance: Taking the Midnight Train
The MBTA Government Center Station will be closed beginning on Saturday, March 22, 2014, for two years while crews upgrade the station into a fully accessible, safer, modern, more comfortable facility. The station will reopen in spring 2016. The Government Center Station Improvements Project will …Continue Reading MBTA Government Center Station Closes March 22
Last month, MassDOT invited readers to share stories of romances that bloomed and grew at Boston South Station. As it turns out, Cupid does strike on the train and bus. Beginning today, MassDOT will post a story every day through Valentine’s Day. We hope you …Continue Reading South Station Romance Stories: Happy Valentine’s Day!
The Green Line Extension Project neighborhood public meeting to provide details about noise and retaining walls in Medford from Broadway to Winthrop Street including College Avenue Station that was cancelled last week due to the weather has been rescheduled as follows: Monday, February 24, 6:00-8:00pm, St. Clement School, 579 …Continue Reading Medford Green Line Extension Public Meeting: February 24
MassDOT will continue a series of public meetings on two recently released transportation planning documents for public review: a Long-Range Transportation Plan, “weMove Massachusetts (WMM): Planning for Performance,” and the first draft of its five-year Capital Investment Plan (CIP) for FY2014-FY2018. The $12.4 billion CIP …Continue Reading MassDOT Continues Capital Investment, weMove Mass Meetings
MassDOT snow and ice crews as always are prepared for this week’s expected snow. More than 4,000 pieces of equipment are available to treat and clear state roads and are called as needed. Crews pre-treat roads with salt and liquid deicers where conditions allow. As …Continue Reading Winter Driving Skills Reminder
MassDOT’s Rail & Transit Division MassDOT FY15 Community Transit Grant Program applications are now available. The Federal Transit Administration and the Commonwealth provide financial assistance through a number of programs to Regional Transit Authorities, Private Non-Profits/For-Profits, Councils on Aging, municipalities that provide transit service and …Continue Reading Community Transit Grants