Public Works Department
Under funding from the BIA-sponsored Tribal Transportation Program (TTP), the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe Public Works Department is responsible for the planning, design, construction, and maintenance of all BIA and Tribal owned roadways and parking lots. It is the goal of the Public Works Department to provide safe and adequate transportation for Tribal members who seek access to basic goods and services.
As it relates to Tribally owned buildings and properties, it is our objective to satisfy all employee maintenance requests and to service any and all repairs as needed to all MWT properties in a timely manner. We also strive to make all infrastructure repairs and improvements to MWT buildings as needed to ensure their longevity and safety.
All MWT properties will also be regularly maintained, to ensure they are aesthetically pleasing, free of debris, and safe to the public.
It is our objective to assist with the funerals and services of all Tribal Members as they occur, and to work with funeral homes and families to ensure efficiency.
In the winter months we will be responsible to keep all MWT properties and roadways clear of snow and de-iced for the safety of employees and our customers, and we will work with an outside contractor to ensure designated Tribal Elders will be serviced during snow storms.
Lastly, it is our objective to assist with all Transportation requests, including scheduling vehicles, coordinating drivers, reporting, and maintenance of vehicles.
Long Range Transportation Survey
The objective of a Long Range Transportation Plan is to develop a plan for providing transportation facilities that will enable tribal leaders to take advantage of desirable economic opportunities, protect reservation resources, strengthen cultural traditions, promote self-sufficiency and sustainable development, and enhance the use of the reservation’s land by its residents
Community involvement is essential in the LRTP development. We ask that you complete the following survey to assist us. Your input will help us decide what is important to you and help us identify areas you feel need to be improved as we look to the future.
This survey will be open until April 15th.
Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe Transportation Satisfaction Survey
How Are We Doing?
We are committed to providing you with the best transporation experience possible, so we welcome your comments. Please take a few minutes to fill out the questionnaire. You may complete the survey online or print it out and place it in the box, give to a driver, or mail it to us.
Route 28 Eastern Mashpee, Route 130 to Orchard Road Corridor Study with the Cape Cod Commission
Under the Older Americans Act
You are provided with the opportunity to voluntarily donate to this program.
Your donation is voluntary and will be kept confidential.
You will not be denied services should you choose not to donate.
Your donation will be used to expand/maintain services.
Any elder who is dissatisfied with or has been denied a service, has the right to file a grievance with the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe Transportation Department. Your complaint must be filed within twenty-one (21) business days of the adverse action on forms provided by the Transportation Department. Forms can be sent to:
Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe Transportation
483 Great Neck Rd South
Mashpee, MA 02649
Fax: (774) 521-3387
Jason Steiding - Director
Phone: 508-477-0208 x 126
Gregory Joseph - Maintenance Supervisor
Kevin Hicks - Maintenance Specialist
Ricky Hendricks - Maintenance Specialist
Latoya Green - Transportation Coordinator
Phone: 508 477-0208 ext. 125
Fred Gray - Transportation Driver
George Gray - Transportation Driver
Matthew Lopes - Transportation Driver