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MassDOT Board First Meeting Gov 2 Governor Deval Patrick promised a focus on "you the traveler" during remarks today opening the inaugural meeting of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) Board of Directors.

MassDOT Secretary & CEO Jeff Mullan pledged "honesty and candor" along with a "focus on cost savings and a more efficient customer service organization."

The five new MassDOT Board members sworn in by Governor Patrick today include:

John R. Jenkins, Chair; Andrew Whittle;    Elizabeth Levin; Ferdinand Alvaro; and Janice Loux.

Visit the new MassDOT customer-focused website to learn more.

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