A special thanks to everyone who helped to make Massachusetts Car-Free Week 2013 a big success! Throughout the Commonwealth, commuters have reduced 35,197 car trips and saved over $270,000 dollars in one week! Below is a photo from a MassRIDES worksite partner event. MassRIDES is the statewide sustainable transportation options program and partners with organizations like Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare to provide their employees with program benefits and resources.
Congratulations to MassDOT on their Car-Free Week success! Together, we have saved 8 tons of emissions from entering our environment; kept $9,877 in our pockets by commuting green; and have reduced 1,156 car trips in one week!
All Electronic Tolling Update: Travel Times, Next Phase Work posted on Dec 7
MassDOT is pleased to announce that it is continuing the process of road reconstruction and toll plaza infrastructure demolition activities following the implementation of the All Electronic Tolling (AET) program on October 28 on I-90 between New York to Boston. “All Phase One toll plaza …Continue Reading All Electronic Tolling Update: Travel Times, Next Phase Work
MassDOT: Plan Ahead During Winter Driving Season posted on Dec 7
MassDOT advises travelers to drive safely and plan ahead as Winter driving season is now in full swing. Drivers are encouraged to lower their speeds during inclement weather and use the appropriate resources to make an informed decision regarding their travel plans. MassDOT strongly urges …Continue Reading MassDOT: Plan Ahead During Winter Driving Season
Medford: Green Line Extension Public Meeting December 14 posted on Dec 5
The Green Line Extension Project Interim Program Management Team will host a public meeting as follows: Wednesday, December 14, 6:30 to 8:30 PM, Medford City Hall, Council Chambers, 85 George P. Hassett Drive The purpose of the meeting will be to present a general update …Continue Reading Medford: Green Line Extension Public Meeting December 14