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Welcome to the Baystate Roads Program.
Established in 1986, the Baystate Roads Program is a cooperative effort of the Federal Highway Administration, Massachusetts Executive Office of Transportation, and the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
Our Program Manager, Christopher J. Ahmadjian, provides technology transfer assistance to all communities in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Check out the video below emphasizing the importance of Traffic Incident Management Training.
Manage to Survive: Traffic Incident Management for First Responders, prepared by the IACP in conjunction with the Federal Highway Administration. Then join us for a live Webinar on Traffic Incident Management Training: Helping to get your Partners Trained, on June 19 at Union Station in Worcester. For more information click on our "Workshops" link at the top of this page.
Join the Federal Highway Administration, the Baystate Roads Program and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation for a presentation on the Traffic Incident Management National Training Program via a live webinar on June 19, 2013.
Come join us for lunch and discussion prior to the webinar beginning at 11:30 am followed by the live webinar from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm at the:
CMRPC Training Room
2 Washington Square
Worcester, MA 01604
The Berkshire County Highway Superintendent's Association is pleased to sponsor this 2013 Driver Skills and Safety Training Event. This event is designed to demonstrate teamwork, safety awareness, and vehicle operating skills in a competitive, fun setting. Please note that this event is exclusively being offered for the communities of the Berkshire County geographic area and its local Highway/Municipal Departments.
The Massachusetts Tri-County Highway Superintendent's Association is pleased to sponsor the 2013 Driver Skills and Safety Training Event. This event is designed to demonstrate teamwork, safety awareness, and vehicle operating skills in a competitive, fun setting. Please note that this event is offered for the Franklin, Hampshire and Hampden County geographic areas and its local highway and municipal departments only.
For all those who attended our workshop series on "How To Read Municipal Plans", we have posted images of the plans used for the workshops to the Baystate Roads Program's Flickr site. You can view the plans by clicking on the link below.
Highway designers often face complex trade-offs when developing projects. Applying flexibility and risk management in highway design requires more than simply assembling geometric elements from the available tables, charts and equations of design criteria. This course provides participants with knowledge of the functional basis of critical design criteria to enable informed decisions when applying engineering judgment and flexibility. The course exercises and case studies provide practical applications of current knowledge from research and operational experience of human factors and safety effects for various design elements.
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
If this is your first visit to our site since 2/01/2011, please register by clicking on the link above!! If you have taken a class since 2/01/2011, you are in our system, so contact us if you need your login/password.