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MassDOT invites the public to attend its Business Community Meetings to discuss the launch of its Affirmative Market Analysis and Disparity Study.

Join MassDOT, Massport, and the MBTA as they discuss MassDOT’s Affirmative Analysis and Disparity Study and upcoming contracting opportunities.

The first business community meeting will take place on Tuesday, October 16th from 6pm to 8:30pm at the Reggie Lewis Center at Roxbury Community College, 1350 Tremont Street.

The second business community meeting will take place on Wednesday, October 17th from 10am to 12 noon at the Springfield State Office Building, 436 Dwight Street.

To register or for more details about the Study contact Mason Tillman Associates at (617) 830-0447 or at MassDOTDisparityStudy@mtaltd.com.

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