MassDOT has scheduled two public meetings to discuss the construction plans and anticipated traffic impacts for the rehabilitation of the Neponset River Bridge, which serves as a major artery between Quincy and Boston. Following a presentation, MassDOT staff will lead a discussion to answer questions. Meetings times and locations are as follows:
March 22, 7:00-8:30PM, Port Norfolk Yacht Club, 179 Walnut Street, Dorchester
March 24, 6:30-8:00PM, North Quincy High School, 316 Hancock Street, North Quincy
As part of Patrick-Murray Administration’s $3 billion Accelerated Bridge Program to repair the Commonwealth’s most neglected bridges, MassDOT recently awarded a contract to J.F. White of Framingham for the full rehabilitation of Neponset River Bridge. During Phase II of the project, the concrete deck, expansion joints, sidewalks and lighting system will be replaced. Site preparation and set-up is ongoing and full construction is expected to begin by the end of the month.
2014 Moving Together Conference: Register Today! posted on Sep 17
MassDOT’s 2014 Moving Together Conference will bring together leaders working to advance healthy transportation. Are you part of the conversation that will determine the future of transportation in Massachusetts? Please join us and let your voice be heard. The conference is scheduled as follows: Thursday, …Continue Reading 2014 Moving Together Conference: Register Today!
Governor Patrick Announces Ruggles Station Funding posted on Sep 16
Governor Deval Patrick joined US Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx to announce a $20 million federal Transportation Improvement Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grant to fund the Ruggles Station Commuter Rail Platform Project. Ruggles Station currently has only two platforms, limiting the number of trains that …Continue Reading Governor Patrick Announces Ruggles Station Funding
Aeronautics: Girls in Aviation Week posted on Sep 15
The Federal Aviation Administration has designated and Governor Deval Patrick proclaimed the week of September 15-19 as Girls in Aviation Week. The proclamation notes the importance of the aerospace industry to economic prosperity, national security and citizen safety. The number of women involved in the …Continue Reading Aeronautics: Girls in Aviation Week