Massachusetts' all electronic tolling program. It includes E-ZPass MA and Pay By Plate MA. The program works without toll booths on the Mass Turnpike (I-90), Tobin Memorial Bridge, and the Sumner, Callahan, and Ted Williams Tunnels.
Leadership of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation
Learn how to request public records from MassDOT.
The MassDOT Office of Performance Management and Innovation (OPMI) is chartered to expand performance management and innovative strategies across all MassDOT divisions and departments, and measure and report on progress.
Contact the OIG with information regarding suspected fraud, waste or abuse in the use of public funds and public property in Massachusetts (your report is confidential).
If you are a Massachusetts resident (or even a non-resident), you must have a valid driver's license to operate a motor vehicle on any public road, highway, or other way permitting access to the public.
To drive in Massachusetts, a vehicle and trailer needs to be properly registered with the RMV, and the vehicle owner must have a legally acquired title.
Information to help you plan your trip on Massachusetts roadways.
MassDOT provides Travel Service Plazas and Tourist Information Centers along major highways in the Commonwealth.
Executive Order 572 promotes the testing and deployment of highly automated driving technologies.
We make every effort to take care of roadway issues, but it's not always possible to timely discover, clean up or make repairs. As a result, you may get a flat tire or incur other damage to your vehicle.
Transportation related spatial information is provided by MassDOT GIS Services for all modes of travel throughout Massachusetts
Materials which may be of interest to holders of bonds or notes issued by the MassDOT are presented in this section for historical information.
Phase I – Vulnerability Assessment
The program intends to build ground-mount solar PV generation facilities within state highway layouts throughout Massachusetts.
The MassDOT planning process turns an idea into a project.
MassDOT has a goal of establishing a regulatory code that encompasses the voices of the Commonwealth.
Research activities address innovation and knowledge needs in many areas related to transportation. These areas include policy, management, safety, environment, planning, engineering, construction and operations.
Whether you're a student or historian, you can browse the State Transportation Library's collection of over 20,000 titles for any information you may need.
Statewide Transportation Planning
MassDOT’s efforts to reduce transportation sector greenhouse gas emissions through capital investments in infrastructure, policy making, and project design
This office makes fair and impartial decisions on disputes involving transportation issues.