• Car driving along a scenic route.
  • Disabled parking

    Anyone who is legally blind or whose medical professional provides a clinical diagnosis and certifies that the person cannot walk 200 feet without rest or use of an ambulatory aide is eligible for disabled parking. Find out how to apply for disabled parking, how long the process takes, how long it's valid for, where you can use it and more.
  • Live traffic cameras along Mass. highways

    Get a birds-eye view of traffic on some of Massachusetts' major highways. Live traffic cameras installed along the 495 belt, Cape Cod bridges and approaches, and select locations along the MassPike allow commuters to view a regularly updated snapshot of the traffic flow.
  • Logan Airport parking

    Whether you need short-term, extended stay, economy rate, or premium guaranteed parking, Boston's Logan Airport has it all. Get information on parking rates, conditions, prepaid passports, picking up passengers, hybrid parking benefits, and more.
  • MassPike, Tobin Bridge, Sumner/Ted Williams toll calculator

    Know your toll costs before your trip. Here you'll find toll information and specific pricing for all toll roads in Mass, including the Mass Turnpike, Sumner and Ted Williams Tunnels, and the Tobin Bridge.
  • MassTraveler

    Western Massachusetts has its own Regional Traveler Information Center. MassTraveler provides real-time road and traffic conditions, transportation information, and more.
  • Metro Boston traffic and road conditions

    There's nothing more frustrating than potential delays due to unexpected construction or road repair. That's why Massachusetts 511 updates current traffic conditions every 30 minutes, Monday through Friday between the hours of 5 to 9 a.m. and 3 to 6 p.m. Get fast, up-to-the-minute traffic and road conditions for the metro Boston area: MassPike/I90 east and west, I93 north and south, the City Square, Sumner, and Callahan tunnels, and the Leverett Connector.
  • Park and ride commuter lots

    Interested in learning more about ridesharing or vanpooling? MassRIDES can help. Park-and-ride lots scattered throughout Massachusetts provide commuters with an opportunity to carpool or take public transportation for at least a portion of their commute.
  • Parking at a MBTA or commuter rail lot

    With over 51,000 parking spaces in 150 locations available daily for customers, the MBTA is the largest owner of off-street paid parking in New England. Find out how to save money on a monthly permit, whether you can park overnight, how to pay for daily parking by phone, and what your parking rate is.
  • Parking at the Boston cruise terminal

    Planning to sail out of Cruiseport Boston? Find out where to park, where to drop off and pick up passengers, including the route from the cell phone lot to the terminal.
  • Parking in the city of Boston

    With its narrow, winding streets and big-city traffic, finding a parking spot in Boston - whether you're biking or driving - can be a challenge. Learn how to apply for valet parking, where to park during street sweeping or a snow emergency, how to obtain a handicapped parking placard or plate, what to do if you get towed, how to pay and/or appeal a ticket or fine, and more.
  • SmartTraveler

    SmartTraveler provides local weather, traffic conditions, location-specific traveler warnings, alerts, or notices, Wi-Fi hot spots, and other real-time information for your travel safety, comfort, and convenience.
  • Traffic safety programs

    Ever heard of the Speedwatch Program or the Move Over Law? Find information on Massachusetts highway safety initiatives such as Click It or Ticket, Distracted Driving, Youth Safety, and Road Respect, along with other important traffic safety information.
  • 511 traveler information

    Pick up your cell or landline, dial 511, and get the scoop on traffic for major highways in Western Massachusetts, Central Massachusetts, and the South Coast. Build your own travel alerts and personalize them based on routes and time of day.
  • Vacation travel games

    Whether you are traveling for a holiday, a family vacation or just going to Grandma's for Sunday dinner, here are a few games you can play in the car to keep your passengers entertained.