The Massachusetts Department of Transportation is moving towards all electronic toll collection on bridges, tunnels, and the Mass Pike. That means some drivers who got a free ride, won’t anymore.
The WBZ I-Team has learned a toll of at least 40 cents will soon be added to the ramps at the West Newton interchange of the Mass Pike. Currently, drivers could get on at exit 16, then get off at exit 17 in Newton for free.
The I-Team has learned the state’s Inspector General is raising serious questions about how the agency in charge of transportation oversees its own vehicles.
Mass DOT has several hundred projects underway resurfacing, repairing and expanding roads, rotaries, decks and ramps underway.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation has approved a 5-percent increase to MBTA fares.
If you are traveling for Mother’s Day, be aware, you will have plenty of company Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Officials stopped work on the aging Whittier Bridge between Amesbury and Newburyport on I-95 after someone on the work crew wrote a taunting graffiti message across a steel beam.
A peace banner dedicated to Martin Richard that vanished from the bridge over Interstate 93 in Dorchester has been located.
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.