The milling and paving of 4,440 feet of roadway was completed on time and budget and represented a team effort- bringing together crews from the Auburn, Warren, Lee, and Blandford depots. Congratulations to all crews for improving one of the Commonwealth's most important roadways to enhance safe and convenient travel.
Additional paving in the Blandford area of the Berkshires is planned for the next few weeks, just one among dozens of critical road maintenance projects ongoing through the fall construction season in all MassDOT from the Berkshires to Boston.
Springfield: Governor Baker, Secretary Pollack Celebrate Rail Car Manufacturing Facility posted on Sep 4
Governor Charlie Baker joined Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno, CRRC Vice President Weiping Yu, and state and local officials to announce the groundbreaking for a $95 million railcar manufacturing facility for the purpose of fabricating the Orange and Red Line subway cars and to support future …Continue Reading Springfield: Governor Baker, Secretary Pollack Celebrate Rail Car Manufacturing Facility
MassDOT, Partners Awarded Federal Workforce Development Grant posted on Sep 4
MassDOT has been awarded a Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Workforce Development grant to support the Massachusetts Construction Career Development (MCCD) program preparing the next generation of skilled workers in construction trades. MassDOT is one of 19 grant recipients from 13 states, as announced this month …Continue Reading MassDOT, Partners Awarded Federal Workforce Development Grant
MBTA: South Boston Bus Stop Improvement Program posted on Sep 3
In consultation with the South Boston local elected officials, the MBTA is pleased to announce preliminary planning for South Boston bus stop and service improvements. Goals for the effort include the following: • Enhance service reliability • Reduce overcrowding at bus stops • Optimize bus …Continue Reading MBTA: South Boston Bus Stop Improvement Program