Real-time traffic data that tells drivers how long it will take to reach their destinations will soon be available on key state highways.
The state Transportation Department is making $40 million available to fix potholes in roads ravaged by the harsh winter, the agency announced Wednesday.
For the current orgy of repair work, you can thank the big dig, the cash-eating mega project that pushed maintenance and repair of local roads to the back of the line for more than 15 years.
Work on an open road tolling system is now underway.
The Callahan Tunnel closed in December for renovations and is scheduled to reopen March 12.
Massachusetts has a new, faster way to get potholes fixed. Call them in.
New Englanders are all too familiar with the car-wrecking potholes that appear on the roadways every spring. But this year, the nuisances are showing up way ahead of schedule.
WBZ-TV went inside the closed Callahan Tunnel to get the first look at the renovation project.
The departing commissioner of the Boston Transportation Department is headed to work for MassDOT.
The Callahan Tunnel is more than 50 years old and Massachusetts Department of Transportation says it’s time for a remodel.