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Pedestrian, Bike Path: Phase 2 of the Cambridge-Watertown Greenway Posted on Dec 5

Pedestrian, Bike Path: Phase 2 of the Cambridge-Watertown Greenway

Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) Highway Administrator Jonathan Gulliver today joined Department of Conservation and Recreation Commissioner Leo Roy, elected officials, local leaders, and transportation advocates at an event in Cambridge highlighting the start of construction on Phase 2 of the Cambridge – Watertown Greenway.   …Continue Reading Pedestrian, Bike Path: Phase 2 of the Cambridge-Watertown Greenway

Boston: Morton Street Public Meeting December 19th Posted on Dec 3

Boston: Morton Street Public Meeting December 19th

MassDOT has scheduled a Design Public Hearing to discuss proposed Morton Street intersection improvements in Boston as follows: Wednesday, December 19, 7:00pm, Mattapan Library Branch, 1350 Blue Hill Avenue The proposed intersection improvements are located at the following three intersections: Morton Street at Harvard Street;   …Continue Reading Boston: Morton Street Public Meeting December 19th

MassDOT Announces Applications for New Safe Routes to School Infrastructure Project Funding Posted on Nov 27

MassDOT Announces Applications for New Safe Routes to School Infrastructure Project Funding

MassDOT is pleased to announce that applications can now be made for the new round of infrastructure project funding for the Safe Routes to School Program.  Money is used for proposed projects that seek to provide safe travel routes between schools and other destinations and   …Continue Reading MassDOT Announces Applications for New Safe Routes to School Infrastructure Project Funding

Whittier Bridge/I-95 Improvement Project Receives American Infrastructure Magazine’s Bridge of the Year Award Posted on Nov 14

Whittier Bridge/I-95 Improvement Project Receives American Infrastructure Magazine’s Bridge of the Year Award

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation is pleased to announce that the $318 million Whittier Bridge/I-95 Improvement Project has received the American Infrastructure Magazine’s Bridge of the Year Project Award. This major construction project consisted of replacing the existing Whittier Bridge as well as widening and   …Continue Reading Whittier Bridge/I-95 Improvement Project Receives American Infrastructure Magazine’s Bridge of the Year Award

Boston: North Washington Street Bridge Replacement Update Posted on Nov 8

Boston: North Washington Street Bridge Replacement Update

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation has announced that beginning the morning of Wednesday, November 14, 2018, the western sidewalk (Charles River side) on the North Washington Street Bridge will be closed to all pedestrians. Those seeking to use a sidewalk to travel across the bridge   …Continue Reading Boston: North Washington Street Bridge Replacement Update

Baker-Polito Administration Announces MassTrails Program Posted on Nov 1

Baker-Polito Administration Announces MassTrails Program

The Baker-Polito Administration today officially announced the MassTrails Program, an interagency initiative that will provide funding and resources to municipal and public entities in order to expand and connect networks of off-road, shared-use pathways and recreational trails for all users across Massachusetts. The MassTrails Program   …Continue Reading Baker-Polito Administration Announces MassTrails Program

Southampton: MassDOT Celebrates Pedestrian and Bicycle Improvements at William E. Norris School Posted on Oct 12

Southampton: MassDOT Celebrates Pedestrian and Bicycle Improvements at William E. Norris School

MassDOT, through the Massachusetts Safe Routes to School Program, this week joined students, parents, and local leaders to celebrate the completion of pedestrian access and safety improvements to areas immediately surrounding the William E. Norris School in Southampton. “MassDOT’s Safe Routes to School Program facilitates   …Continue Reading Southampton: MassDOT Celebrates Pedestrian and Bicycle Improvements at William E. Norris School

Boston: Morton Street/Gallivan Boulevard Intersection Project Update Posted on Oct 10

Boston: Morton Street/Gallivan Boulevard Intersection Project Update

MassDOT has announced that the upcoming project to make roadway improvements to Morton Street (Route 203) and the intersections with Gallivan Boulevard and West Selden Street in Boston is being advertised for construction bids. Bids are scheduled to be accepted through January, 8, 2019, at   …Continue Reading Boston: Morton Street/Gallivan Boulevard Intersection Project Update

MassDOT Encourages Students to Participate in International Walk and Roll to School Day, October 3rd Posted on Oct 1

MassDOT Encourages Students to Participate in International Walk and Roll to School Day, October 3rd

International Walk and Roll to School Day (iWalk) will take place in communities throughout Massachusetts on Wednesday, October 3. MassDOT encourages students, parents, and school officials to take part in this annual event to promote a healthy and active lifestyle by walking and biking to   …Continue Reading MassDOT Encourages Students to Participate in International Walk and Roll to School Day, October 3rd

Federal, State, and Local Officials Highlight William J. Day Boulevard Roadway Improvement Posted on Sep 20

Federal, State, and Local Officials Highlight William J. Day Boulevard Roadway Improvement

Transportation Secretary and CEO Stephanie Pollack today joined Congressman Stephen F. Lynch, Highway Administrator Jonathan Gulliver, Department of Conservation of Recreation Commissioner Leo Roy, Senator Nick Collins, municipal officials, and local leaders in South Boston to highlight improvements to William J. Day Boulevard including a   …Continue Reading Federal, State, and Local Officials Highlight William J. Day Boulevard Roadway Improvement