Title VI rights and protections

Public notification of Title VI civil rights.

Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 is a federal law that prohibits discrimination against any individual or group on the basis of race, color, or national origin (including limited English proficiency) in federally assisted programs, services, and activities. Other federal laws and orders have expanded the scope of Title VI to include sex, age, disability, and income.

To make sure that everyone has equal access to our services and benefits, MassDOT reviews all of our transportation programs for compliance with these federal nondiscrimination laws. We also follow Massachusetts laws against discrimination based on gender, religion, creed, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran's status, and/or ancestry.

Title VI Public Notice

Title VI Public Notice (Arabic) (PDF 118.79 KB)

Title VI Notification (Chinese, simplified) (PDF 95.76 KB)

Title VI Notification (Chinese, traditional) (PDF 97.99 KB)

Title VI Notification (English) (PDF 1.49 MB)

Title VI Notification (French) (PDF 45.82 KB)

Title VI Notification (Hatian Creole) (PDF 45.59 KB)

Title VI Notification (Italian) (PDF 17.11 KB)

Title VI Notification (Khmer) (PDF 394.87 KB)

Title VI Notification (Portuguese) (PDF 210.12 KB)

Title VI Notification (Russian) (PDF 140.04 KB)

Title VI Notification (Spanish) (PDF 46.08 KB)

Title VI Notification (Vietnamese) (PDF 116.72 KB)

 

 

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