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MassDOT Secretary and CEO Jeffrey Mullan and incoming Secretary and CEO Richard Davey joined Emily Rooney on Greater Boston Tuesday evening for a conversation about the accomplishments during the first 21 months of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation and the challenges ahead.

Secretary Mullan said MassDOT leadership and employees have "worked very hard to improve the culture" of the new organization.  Davey, who assumes the position of Secretary in early September, said he is "excited about the opportunity" to serve the Patrick-Murray Administration.  Check out the full conversation below. 

 

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