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MassDOT, State and Local Officials Celebrate New Shared-Use Path Connection in Mattapoisett Posted on Apr 25

MassDOT, State and Local Officials Celebrate New Shared-Use Path Connection in Mattapoisett

MassDOT Highway Administrator Jonathan Gulliver today joined State Representative William Straus, Mattapoisett Town Administrator Michael Gagne, and local officials at a groundbreaking event for the construction of the second phase of a shared-use path in Mattapoisett. The proposed new path will extend from Mattapoisett Neck   …Continue Reading MassDOT, State and Local Officials Celebrate New Shared-Use Path Connection in Mattapoisett

MassDOT Awards Contract for a New Shared-Use Path Connection in Mattapoisett Posted on Feb 14

MassDOT Awards Contract for a New Shared-Use Path Connection in Mattapoisett

MassDOT and State Representative Bill Straus (D-Mattapoisett), House Chair of the Transportation Committee, announced that today a contract was signed for the construction of the second phase of a shared-use path in Mattapoisett. The award of the $7 million contract was made public by Highway   …Continue Reading MassDOT Awards Contract for a New Shared-Use Path Connection in Mattapoisett

2018 Moving Together Conference Set for November 1st Posted on Sep 19

2018 Moving Together Conference Set for November 1st

Don’t miss the 2018 Moving Together Conference! This years’ conference is scheduled as follows: Thursday, November 1, 7:45 AM – 4:00 PM,  Boston Park Plaza Hotel, 50 Park Plaza at Arlington Sessions topics this year include: • Creating Mass Trails • Transforming the Waterfront •   …Continue Reading 2018 Moving Together Conference Set for November 1st

MassDOT Highlights Bicycle and Pedestrian Statewide Accomplishments Posted on Feb 20

MassDOT Highlights Bicycle and Pedestrian Statewide Accomplishments

Throughout 2017, MassDOT worked to improve and increase the infrastructure for bicycle and pedestrian travel across the state, and those efforts were recognized nationally. In November, Massachusetts ranked the fourth most bicycle-friendly state in the nation by the League of American Bicyclists.  The report card   …Continue Reading MassDOT Highlights Bicycle and Pedestrian Statewide Accomplishments

Baker-Polito Administration Awards $1.5 Million to Design Northern Strand Community Trail Posted on Feb 2

Baker-Polito Administration Awards $1.5 Million to Design Northern Strand Community Trail

The Baker-Polito Administration announced the commitment of at least $1.5 million to fund designs for the Northern Strand Community Trail in Everett, Lynn, Malden, Revere, and Saugus. The funding, awarded through the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs’ (EEA) Gateway City Parks Program, enables   …Continue Reading Baker-Polito Administration Awards $1.5 Million to Design Northern Strand Community Trail

MassDOT, Concord Celebrate Bruce Freeman Rail Trail 2.5 Mile Extension Posted on Jul 14

MassDOT, Concord Celebrate Bruce Freeman Rail Trail 2.5 Mile Extension

Massachusetts Department of Transportation District 4 Highway Director Paul Stedman today joined other government officials and community and civic leaders to break ground on the next phase of construction for the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail – a non-motorized multi-use path in Concord.  Phase 2C involves   …Continue Reading MassDOT, Concord Celebrate Bruce Freeman Rail Trail 2.5 Mile Extension