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 MassHighway D2 Celebrate 14OCT09
MassHighway Commissioner Luisa Paiewonsky is visiting the five 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 visited District 2 offices in Northampton on October 14, seen at left.

MassHighway officially closes operations as an agency effective November 1 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.

View the Celebration at District 5 offices in Taunton on October 15 after the jump.

MassHighway D5 Celebrate 1 15OCT09
MassHighway D5 Celebrate 2 15OCT09

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