-advocating for the Wakefield-Lynnfield Rail Trail project.
SAMPLING OF AREA LINEAR PATHS
Everett, Malden, Saugus (in process for Revere, proposed for Lynn, Nahant)
(in process - Bradford)
Chelmsford (proposed for Acton, Carlisle*, Westford and Sudbury*)
Brewster, Chatham, Dennis, Eastham, Harwich, Orleans, Provincetown, Truro, Wellfleet
Amesbury, Newbury, Newburyport, Salisbury
(proposed for Groveland)
(proposed - Ipswich center to crane beach)
Marblehead* with Salem spur (proposed Swampscott spur)
(In process: Stoneham, Winchester, Woburn)
* has existing and new paths under construction
See at bottom Lynnfield Workshops and Forum 2016-2018
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Lynnfield Rail Trail
November 3,2016 - World Tech Design Input Session
on the proposed Wakefield/Lynnfield Rail Trail project.
*Click here https://www.vimeo.com/190265178
1st half hour is World Tech Design; rest is Input from Residents
March 30, 2017 -
Friends of the Lynnfield Rail Trail - Informational Forum
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Lynnfield Workshops and Forums-see below 2016-2018.
March 27,2018 -WorldTech and Lynnfield Recreational Path Committee workshop- Information and Resident suggestions for input on Design for the proposed Wakefield- Lynnfield Rail Trail.
Why Project is a Priority and Funding Plans
Mass Regional Bike Plan
Learn why this is important to the State and see our project on the priority list
Boston Regional Transportation Improvement Program Funding
See our project on page 29 (we are Pre-TIP and construction timeframe is a placeholder only and will be adjusted)
The Town of Wakefield has their own FaceBook site for the Wakefield- Lynnfield Rail Trail project. They do not maintain any other website.
Although this project is a joint effort between the 2 towns, each has separate issues that only the individual town must deliberate . A few of these are-
1. Take a lease with the MBTA for the section of railbed in the respective town. Town meeting vote is required.
2. Parking allocated for the Rail Trail.
3. Screening for abutters.
4. Trail amenities.
To access this site, known as the :
Wakefield/Lynnfield- Rail Trail initiative