MassDOT Research Problem Statement Solicitation Period

During the weeks of May 13 and May 20, 2019, MassDOT and UMTC will host four research roundtables to bring state transportation practitioners and academic researchers together to discuss how research and innovations can advance MassDOT’s mission and strategic goals. These discussions will take place in the District 2 Offices (Northampton), MassDOT Offices (Boston), and MassDOT Research and Materials Lab (Hopkinton). 
The roundtables aim to help advance ideas for MassDOT’s current solicitation period for research problem statements, now open and ends on June 7, 2019.

Please refer to the MassDOT Research and Technology Transfer website that includes the 2020 Problem Statement form and the 2020 Problem Statement Instructions form.  

Below are links to the Problem Statement Solicitation form and instructions. 

Massachusetts Department of Transportation Problem Statement Instructions

2020 Research Problem Statement Solicitation Form