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View slides of last draft of study linking Mystic Path/Minuteman

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UPDATED July 1: The third virtual public meeting to discuss connecting the Mystic River Path to Minuteman Bikeway was held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 22.

View presentation and slides here >>

Toole Design Group, the town's consultant, plans to present the final draft of the feasibility study, with the preferred alternative, cost estimates and next steps for implementation.

The rest of the meeting will include a question-and-answer session for attendees.

The Department of Planning and Community Development was the host for a second public meeting about the study aiming to connect the Mystic River Path to the Minuteman Bikeway, held  Wednesday, March 30.

Nov. 3, 2021: Planned improvements to Minuteman Bikeway advances

This news announcement was published Sunday, June 5, 2022. AHS intern Alisha Gandhi helped edit this news release. It was updated July 1, to add link to slides.

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