City officials are scrambling to make sure the homeless population in Boston is taken care of after a much needed shelter on Long Island was closed.
International Walk to School Day, known as iWalk, will take place on Wednesday around the country, and Massachusetts schools will participate.
The state is taking action because of questions about a safety device which is all over highways in Massachusetts.
E-ZPass is warning of a new scam targeting toll road drivers.
The Registry of Motor Vehicles Division will open its new downtown Boston office in Haymarket Square on Monday morning.
Several pieces of debris fell from the Route 3A overpass on Interstate 495 and smashed an SUV’s windshield Tuesday afternoon.
The other winners were “Make yah Ma proud, wear yah seatbelt,” to encourage belt use and “Put down the phone! Your LOLs and OMGs can wait,” to fight distracted driving.
A truck spilled its load of “cranberry sludge” on Route 128 Thursday morning, painting the road red and slowing traffic during the morning commute.
One Friday morning in May, drivers on metro Boston roads actually noticed the message on the electronic highway signs, when MassDOT poked a little fun at the local accent with the phrase, “Changing lanes? Use ya blinkah!”
It became a social media phenomenon, with people suggesting their own messages on Facebook and Twitter. So state highway officials decided to hold a contest, and give three winners gift cards for gas and service plaza vendors.
The Boston Globe reports the winners of the DOTSpeak Highway Safety Message Contest will be officially announced Thursday,
Customers have received an e-mail from “E-ZPass Customer Service Center” with the subject, “Payment for driving on toll road” that MassDOT says is not from the toll transponder program.