MassDOT's annual statewide healthy transportation conference. Attend workshops and panels that highlight current pedestrian, bicycle and public transportation topics.
Baystate-roads-l Mailing List is an email message system to reach the municipal public works departments throughout the Commonwealth. It provides a way to pose questions and discuss topics among your public works peers.
Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito today joined Highway Administrator Jonathan Gulliver, members of the Massachusetts Legislature, municipal officials, and local leaders to celebrate the completion of the project to rehabilitate the bridge that carries Main Street over the Parker River in Newbury, which is the first project completed through the Baker-Polito Administration’s Municipal Small Bridge Program.Read More >
The $21.5 million project will reconstruct the Morgan-Sullivan Bridge that carries Suffield Street/Memorial Avenue (Route 147) over the Westfield River between West Springfield and Agawam. Preliminary bridge work for this project is currently expected to begin in early October, and traffic setups including permanent lane closures will be put in place by November.Read More >
Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito today joined Highway Administrator Jonathan Gulliver, Peabody Mayor Edward A. Bettencourt, Jr, members of the Massachusetts Legislature, municipal officials, and stakeholders at a ceremony in Peabody to celebrate the most recent round of Complete Streets grants.Read More >
The Baker‐Polito Administration today announced $750,000 in awards to support local culvert replacement projects that improve municipal infrastructure and river health.Read More >
This is the first video of three videos showing the process for submitting a municipal Project Need Forms (PNF) and Project Intuition Forms (PIF) using MassDOT's Massachusetts Project Intake Tool (MaPIT) software. Click here for Gatekeeper contact information.
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