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Providing help with your travel in the Commonwealth. Resources provided by MassDOT and our transportation partners.
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.
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.
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.
The Official Massachusetts Transportation map is available for download or you can request a copy.
If you’re broken down on the side of the road, roadside service can provide help when you need it the most.
Massachusetts is no stranger to winter weather. From learning how to shovel your driveway to learning about snow plows, make sure you are prepared for whatever may happen while on the road.
As you decide how to commute to and from work everyday, consider using one of the many Park and Ride lots to carpool, vanpool, or ride the commuter bus.
The MassDOT Highway Division has a web-based system to request Commercial Truck Permits. From oversize trucks to excess loads, your commercial truck may need a permit.
Resources for implementing a worksite-based commute options program.
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