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The new Massachusetts Department of Transportation, MassDOT, becomes effective on November 1, 2009.  The first public meeting of the MassDOT Board has been scheduled as follows:

MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

INITIAL BOARD MEETING

STATE TRANSPORTATION BUILDING, CONFERENCE ROOMS 1-3
10 PARK PLAZA, BOSTON, MA
NOVEMBER 2, 2009
2:00 p.m.

The MassDOT Board will consider adoption of the new Department by-laws among other initial recommended actions.  Incoming MassDOT Secretary and CEO Jeffrey Mullan will address the Board.

View the complete MassDOT Board agenda here

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