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MassHighway D1 Celebrate 4 MassHighway Commissioner Luisa Paiewonsky continues her visits to the five MassHighway District offices in October for "Celebrate MassHighway" events to mark the 116-year history of building, rehabilitating and maintaining the Massachusetts State Highway System.  Commissioner Paiewonsky met Friday, October 9 with employees at the District 1 offices in Lenox.

As the new MassDOT begins service on November 1, MassHighway officially closes operations as an agency and its employees join the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority, portions of DCR and, as of January 1, 2010 the Tobin Bridge, to form the new MassDOT Highway Division. 

Learn more about the transition to the new MassDOT.

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