April 7 & 8, 2020, the DCU Center, Worcester, MA
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.
Michael Smith, Technical Training Specialist with the UMass Transportation Center and Baystate Roads, has been working with Physical Plant Landscape and Construction Services staff on introducing the use of salt brine as a roadway anti-icing agent.Read More >
The Baker-Polito Administration is announcing that $20 million in additional funding will be provided to cities and towns in Fiscal Year 2020 (FY20) for road construction and transportation improvement projects.Read More >
MassDOT encourages transportation practitioners from federal, state, and local transportation agencies, Metropolitan Planning Organizations, transit agencies, academia, and private industry to submit abstracts on a broad range of innovative transportation topics.Read More >
The Baker-Polito Administration announced today a total of $9.5 million for cities, towns and nonprofit organizations to use under the Community Transit Grant Program administered by the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT).Read More >
Congratulations to Richard J. Benevento, President, WorldTech Engineering.Read More >
The Massachusetts Project Intake Tool (MaPIT) is a new web-based application designed to help both state and municipal proponents map, create, and initiate roadway projects, while screening against all relevant in-house GIS resources.
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