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Monthly Archives: May 2020

South Coast Rail Main Line Construction Contract Approved Posted on May 11

South Coast Rail Main Line Construction Contract Approved

The MBTA’s Fiscal and Management Control Board today approved a nearly $159 million contract with Skanska DW White JV to build the Fall River Secondary, the first major construction package of South Coast Rail Phase 1. When complete in fall 2023, Phase 1 will connect   …Continue Reading South Coast Rail Main Line Construction Contract Approved

Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles Cautions Customers to be Aware of Unofficial Third-Party Websites Posted on May 6

Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles Cautions Customers to be Aware of Unofficial Third-Party Websites

The Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) is cautioning customers to use only Mass.Gov/RMV when they are trying to renew a license or registration or process any business transactions online. Customers may inadvertently come across unofficial third-party websites or “mimic sites” that advertise similar services   …Continue Reading Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles Cautions Customers to be Aware of Unofficial Third-Party Websites

MBTA: Executive Order for Face Coverings Takes Effect Wednesday, May 6 Posted on May 5

MBTA: Executive Order for Face Coverings Takes Effect Wednesday, May 6

Effective Wednesday, May 6, MBTA customers must wear face coverings when using the MBTA. This requirement is pursuant to the Executive Order issued on May 1, which takes effect tomorrow. The Executive Order applies to any person over the age of two who is in   …Continue Reading MBTA: Executive Order for Face Coverings Takes Effect Wednesday, May 6

MassDOT on April Roadway Fatal Crashes: Drivers Urged to Slow Down Posted on May 4

MassDOT on April Roadway Fatal Crashes: Drivers Urged to Slow Down

MassDOT is reporting that the rate of fatalities on Massachusetts roadways doubled in April: with 50% less traffic recorded on major highways, 28 individuals died in crashes, compared with the month of April 2019 when there were 27 deaths on roadways in the state.  The   …Continue Reading MassDOT on April Roadway Fatal Crashes: Drivers Urged to Slow Down