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Hill Street Park and Ride in Woburn to close for an estimated 16 weeks Posted on Apr 4

Hill Street Park and Ride in Woburn to close for an estimated 16 weeks Parking lot closure scheduled to begin on Saturday, April 16th, 2022. WOBURN – The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) has approved closure of the Park and Ride lot on Hill Street at Montvale Avenue in   …Continue Reading Hill Street Park and Ride in Woburn to close for an estimated 16 weeks

MassDOT to Offer Virtual Training Sessions April 21 and April 27 for Community Transit Grant Program Applications Posted on Mar 23

MassDOT to Offer Virtual Training Sessions April 21 and April 27 for Community Transit Grant Program Applications Sessions will cover program eligibility requirements, the online application process, and tips for completing an effective proposal  BOSTON – The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) is announcing it   …Continue Reading MassDOT to Offer Virtual Training Sessions April 21 and April 27 for Community Transit Grant Program Applications

Baker-Polito Administration Celebrates Opening of the Green Line Extension Posted on Mar 22

Baker-Polito Administration Celebrates Opening of the Green Line Extension

Baker-Polito Administration Celebrates Opening of the Green Line Extension CAMBRIDGE –  Governor Charlie Baker, Lt. Governor Karyn Polito, Massachusetts Transportation Secretary and CEO Jamey Tesler, and MBTA General Manager Steve Poftak today joined federal, state, and local elected leaders and community partners to celebrate the   …Continue Reading Baker-Polito Administration Celebrates Opening of the Green Line Extension

Baker-Polito Administration Files $9.7 Billion Infrastructure Bond Bill Posted on Mar 17

Baker-Polito Administration Files $9.7 Billion Infrastructure Bond Bill MassTRAC bill will authorize state matching funds and tools necessary to compete for, unlock and leverage federal investments in transportation and environmental infrastructure from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) BOSTON – Today, Governor Charlie Baker, Lieutenant Governor Karyn   …Continue Reading Baker-Polito Administration Files $9.7 Billion Infrastructure Bond Bill

Virtual Public Information Meeting for the Route 128/Interstate 95 Land Use and Transportation Study Posted on Mar 9

Virtual Public Information Meeting for the Route 128/Interstate 95 Land Use and Transportation Study Tuesday, March 15, 6 p.m. Study to establish future land use, housing, economic development assumptions of Newton-Lexington corridor LEXINGTON, LINCOLN, NEWTON, WALTHAM, WESTON – The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) is   …Continue Reading Virtual Public Information Meeting for the Route 128/Interstate 95 Land Use and Transportation Study

MassDOT Encourages Presidents’ Day Travelers to Plan Ahead Posted on Feb 18

MassDOT Encourages Presidents’ Day Travelers to Plan Ahead  HOV lane on I-93 Southbound deployed Today at 1:00 p.m.  MBTA will be on various different schedules on Monday, February 21  Registry offices closed Monday, due to the state holiday  BOSTON – The Massachusetts Department of Transportation   …Continue Reading MassDOT Encourages Presidents’ Day Travelers to Plan Ahead

Baker-Polito Administration Highlights Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Funding Plans for MBTA at Groundbreaking at New Quincy Bus Maintenance Facility Posted on Feb 15

Baker-Polito Administration Highlights Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Funding Plans for MBTA at Groundbreaking at New Quincy Bus Maintenance Facility

Baker-Polito Administration Highlights Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Funding Plans for MBTA at Groundbreaking at New Quincy Bus Maintenance Facility  Massachusetts anticipated to receive over $9.5 billion over five years, including an increase in the re-authorization of federal transportation dollars. Yesterday, the Baker-Polito Administration outlined plans to   …Continue Reading Baker-Polito Administration Highlights Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Funding Plans for MBTA at Groundbreaking at New Quincy Bus Maintenance Facility

Baker-Polito Administration Outlines Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Funding Plans for Massachusetts Posted on Feb 3

Baker-Polito Administration Outlines Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Funding Plans for Massachusetts Massachusetts anticipated to receive over $9.5 billion over 5 years, including an increase in the re-authorization of federal transportation dollars LOWELL – Today, the Baker-Polito Administration outlined initial plans to make significant and additional investments   …Continue Reading Baker-Polito Administration Outlines Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Funding Plans for Massachusetts

MassDOT Advisory: Blizzard-Like Conditions Saturday in Eastern Massachusetts Posted on Jan 28

MassDOT Advisory: Blizzard-Like Conditions Saturday in Eastern Massachusetts  Travel ban on MA interstate highways Saturday between 6 a.m. – midnight for tractor trailer trucks, tandems, and special permit haulers Registry road tests Saturday postponed  MBTA not running Green Line D trains, trolleys on Mattapan Line, nor Charlestown   …Continue Reading MassDOT Advisory: Blizzard-Like Conditions Saturday in Eastern Massachusetts

MassDOT Continues Efforts to Improve Roadway Safety in Launching New Speed Management Tools for Local Partners Posted on Jan 25

MassDOT Continues Efforts to Improve Roadway Safety in Launching New Speed Management Tools for Local Partners New Safe Speeds Website and Municipal Tool Kit Available at https://www.mass.gov/safe-speeds to help communities target safer speeds and prevent roadway fatalities and serious injuries due to crashes. BOSTON – Roadway   …Continue Reading MassDOT Continues Efforts to Improve Roadway Safety in Launching New Speed Management Tools for Local Partners