I-Team: After Money Allegations, MassDOT Withheld Taxpayer Subsidy From GreenwayAfter allegations of financial misconduct surfaced, state transportation leaders withheld a monthly $165,633 taxpayer subsidy to the Greenway Conservancy, according to emails the WBZ I-Team obtained.
Driver, MassDOT Employee Injured In Weston CrashTwo people were injured after a man crashed into a MassDOT vehicle early Friday morning in Weston.
MassDOT Says Casey Overpass Project One Year Behind ScheduleConstruction work on the Casey Overpass project in the Forest Hills and Jamaica Plain neighborhoods of Boston is now a year behind schedule according to the MassDOT.
Restoration Work On Longfellow Bridge's 'Salt And Pepper' Towers Nears CompletionThe work being done on the towers on the Longfellow Bridge--the ones that give it the "Salt and Pepper bridge" nickname--is almost finished.
I-Team: Highway Worker Killed In Medford Expressed Concerns About Lack Of Detail OfficerA highway worker killed on the job expressed concerns about the lack of a police detail hours before his death.
Man Charged With OUI, Hitting MassDOT Worker Held On $25K BailA man charged with striking a MassDOT worker while driving drunk just outside the Ted Williams Tunnel was arraigned Monday morning.
New Wakefield Rotary Configuration Causes Confusion, UproarMany drivers in Massachusetts consider traffic rotaries to be a pain in their struts, but a new roundabout configuration up in Wakefield really has a lot of commuters fired up.
I-Team: State To Collect Tolls In Both Directions On Tobin BridgeDrivers will soon have to pay a toll in both directions on the Tobin Bridge.
Needham Neighborhood Frustrated After Months Of Jack-HammeringA massive jackhammer has been chipping away at a rock outcropping since February.
MassDOT Says Ted Williams Tunnel Lights Should Be Fixed By OctoberWhy are so many of the lights in the Ted Williams Tunnel still out?
Keller @ Large: Stephanie Pollack Talks Green Line Extension ProjectDespite her comments that there were lingering risks associated with the Green Line extension project, state transportation secretary Stephanie Pollack said it wouldn't end up like the Big Dig.
Less Snow, Milder Temperatures Eased States' Winter BudgetsMilder temperatures and considerably less snow than a year ago allowed state transportation agencies to save on costs associated with plowing and salting highways.

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