In the 2016 publication, State of the Built Environment: Greater Boston’s Infrastructure, A Better City in Partnership with the Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy teamed up to lay out the needs of the region’s transportation, energy, water, sewer and waste management systems. In the report, the state of infrastructure in nearly 150 communities surrounding Boston were measured. Join us for this year’s Joseph C. Lawler Lecture to hear what the team determined were the major infrastructure... Read More
Bridge Tours, Infrastructure Poster Contest, Historic Walking Tours, Infrastructure Project Displays, Kids Works Engineering and more! Read More
The Legislative Update will include panelists from State agencies that will discuss how the change in the federal administration could affect infrastructure programming in Massachusetts and if there have been any recent developments in the Capital Improvement Programs as a result. How the State is preparing will be key. Read More
This webinar will provide an overview of the latest technology, policy, and key planning and design considerations for the transportation infrastructure needed for self-driving cars, including case studies of the impacts of connected and automated vehicle technology (C/AV) on transportation planning, ITS and operations. Read More
This year's Infrastructure Day will celebrate Holyoke’s Great Stone Dam on the Connecticut River and the extensive canal system which powered the late 19th and early 20th century mills in Holyoke, MA. Read More
The Francis M. Keville Memorial Fund was established in 1989 from donations in recognition of Mr. Francis M. Keville’s efforts and abilities to take his vision of large public transportation projects and make them a reality. The fund provides a forum to discuss important aspects of transportation and construction related matters through an annual function. Read More
The advancement of the State’s and local community’s transportation program hinges on the funding and legislative programs generated from not only the Federal government, but by the actions of the State legislature. Funding the State’s necessary transportation and infrastructure projects remains challenging. Chapter 90 funds fall far short of meeting local needs. To obtain the necessary funds, some local municipalities have proposed their own taxes to fund local transportation and infrastructure... Read More
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