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BOSTON — MassDOT Registrar of Motor Vehicles Celia J. Blue, in her capacity as chair of the EZ-ID Task Force, announced the group will hold a public meeting on Tuesday, October 28 in Worcester to gather public feedback as it prepares to submit its report to the legislature at the end of the year.

The Task Force is legislatively charged with analyzing the feasibility of utilizing non-alphanumeric symbols on license plates and as part of the RMV’s motor vehicle registration system.

The EZ-ID Task Force will hold its public meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 28, from 6-8 p.m. at the offices of the Central Mass. Regional Planning Commission, 2 Washington Square, second-floor, Worcester, MA 01604. The meeting will include a presentation on the overview and purpose of the Task Force, the introduction of Task Force members and a public comment period.

Public comments may also be submitted in writing by November 20, by email to Nicole.Spriggs@dot.state.ma.us or by mail to EZ-ID Task Force, 10 Park Plaza, Suite 6620, Boston, MA 02116.

This meeting is accessible to people with disabilities and those with limited English proficiency. To request accessibility accommodations and/or language services please contact Nicole Spriggs by Friday, Oct. 24, at nicole.spriggs@dot.state.ma.us or 857-368-7950.

In 2009, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) was created to unify the state’s various transportation agencies. MassDOT now includes the Highway Division, the MBTA and Rail Transit Division, the Aeronautics Division, and the Registry of Motor Vehicles. MassDOT is committed to providing a safe and reliable transportation system to all those who travel in the Commonwealth and works to deliver excellent customer service. MassDOT has been nationally recognized for its innovative approach to transportation, including the Accelerated Bridge Program, the “Where’s My Bus and Train?” apps and “Fast 14” work.

For more information, visit MassDOT at our website: www.mass.gov/massdot blog: http://blog.mass.gov/transportation/, or follow MassDOT on twitter at https://twitter.com/MassDOT and Facebook at www.facebook.com/massdotinfo.

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