The goal of the Rivers & Roads Training Program is to advance an understanding of fluvial geomorphology across the transportation sector.
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.
MassDOT is announcing the launch of the new Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Signs and Lines Program.Read More >
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 >
Massachusetts Project Intake Tool (MaPit) is a service provided by MassDOT, used by builders, towns, and counties for any building project they might be working on.
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