Here is a DCR Recreational Advisory about temporary path closures along the Upper Charles Greenway in Watertown scheduled to take place between January 4, 2016 and February 15, 2016.
Roughly 100 people attended the meeting on Monday, November 30. The meeting was positive but a number of concerns were raised. Representative Hecht summarized our shared commitment to getting the details right and getting the project done.
We received the following materials from the Belmont Community Path Advisory Council: The Final Report issued by the Community Path Advisory Committee (CPAC) is now published here on the new CPAC webpage. The CPAC presentation made Monday night June 9th to the Selectmen is published here. Media Coverage of the Community Path: Next Step for […]
The full length of the Fitchburg Cutoff Bike Path opened this fall, connecting Belmont to Alewife station, and has already become a vital link to the regional transit network for many who live or work west of Alewife. Unfortunately, this fact has been lost on the DCR, which is doing an unacceptably poor job clearing […]
I’ve recently been asked by constituents to comment in written form on the conversation about where to locate a community bike and pedestrian path in Belmont. The decision on this issue belongs to the Belmont Board of Selectman. I am unaware of any route for the community path that does not require access to public […]
On Tuesday night, I attended a community meeting hosted by DCR and MassDOT to present the Charles River Basin Bike and Pedestrian Connectivity Study. This study was commissioned as part of Governor Patrick’s Accelerated Bridge Program to identify connectivity gaps that place constraints on bike and pedestrian traffic throughout the Charles River Basin and make […]