2019 Moving Together Conference
Don’t miss MassDOT’s annual pedestrian, bicycle and public transportation conference!.
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 Transportation Secretary and CEO Stephanie Pollack, Highway Administrator Jonathan Gulliver, and local officials in Springfield to announce funding awards totaling $5.1 million to eighteen communities through the Complete Streets Funding Program.Read More >
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation Aeronautics Division has announced that 10 publicly-owned airports have been awarded Airport Improvement Program (AIP) grants from the Federal Aviation Administration.Read More >
The Baker-Polito Administration today filed a transportation bond bill seeking $18 billion in additional capital authorization to invest in building and modernizing a transportation system that meets the needs of residents, businesses and cities and towns statewide.Read More >
The Baker-Polito Administration has released the final State Bicycle Transportation Plan and State Pedestrian Transportation Plan for Massachusetts.Read More >
This year will mark the 39th anniversary of the Massachusetts Highway Association's equipment and trade expo, long recognized as one of New England's largest equipment expos.Read More >
The Tier 1 Massachusetts River & Roads training is a free two-hour online course that provides an overview of rivers and the fundamentals of fluvial geomorphology.
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