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The Massachusetts Department of Transportation manages transportation projects and planning studies across the Commonwealth.
Roadway improvements on a 9 mile stretch of Route 138 to improve safety and mobility for all users. This project is in the preliminary design phase.
MassDOT will improve safety and traffic issues on I-495 southbound at I-290
Replacing the Allston Viaduct and reducing the footprint of the existing Allston Interchange toll plaza.
The Bass River Bridge carries Route 28 over the Bass River between the towns of Yarmouth and Dennis.
The Monsignor William J. Casey Overpass is the elevated section of Route 203 which carries the Arborway over Washington and South Street in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of the City of Boston.
Our goal is to improve safety and address traffic conditions at the interchange of I-495 and I-90.
The I-93/I-95 Interchange Improvements Project covers the junction of these two Interstate Highways in Woburn, Reading, Stoneham, and extends along I-95 into Wakefield.
Renovations to McCarthy Overpass to improve McGrath Boulevard in Somerville.
Construction is underway as of August 2018 and will continue into Spring 2023.
Reconstructing and widening Route 18 (Main Street/Bedford Street) in Weymouth and Abington.
This project includes full reconstruction of about 2¼ miles of Route 9 in Hadley, from Middle Street (Rt. 47) to North/South Maple Street.
Information concerning the expansion of the South Station Rail Terminal project.
A voluntary trial Advanced Notification Program to improve the predictability of the Chelsea Street Bridge lifts.
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