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MassDOT Formal_LogoGovernor Baker’s Executive Order 562 commissions a thorough review of every Executive Branch regulation and its impact on the public.

Public feedback is vital to the success of the project and if you or your business is affected by MassDOT regulations in any manner, we strongly encourage you to attend one of the listening sessions listed below and submit written comments to help improve our process.

Listening Sessions:

Wednesday, January 6, 2-4pm, 10 Park Plaza, Boston

Tuesday, January 19, 2-4pm, Nevin’s Hall, 150 Concord St. Room 133, Framingham

Monday, February 1, 1:30-3:30pm, Bangs Community Center, 70 Boltwood Walk, Amherst

Join the Conversation: For those who are unable to attend the sessions in person, please feel free to join the conversation on twitter using the hashtag #regreview and tweeting @MassANF.

Written Comments: May be submitted to the Executive Office for Administration and Finance at 24 Beacon Street, Massachusetts State House Room 373, Boston, MA 02133, via email at RegReform@state.ma.us or online.

Questions: For questions about the regulatory review process please contact Lisa Dixon, Special Counsel for Regulatory Reform, at 617-727-2040 or Lisa.Dixon@state.ma.us. For questions regarding MassDOT listening sessions please contact Michelle Lavoie, Deputy Legislative Director, 857-368-9028 or Michelle.Lavoie@dot.state.ma.us.

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