Lynn Walking and Bicycle Plan Workshops, Round 2

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The City of Lynn’s Walking and Bicycling Network Plan is holding the second and final Community Workshop, held 3 days from Tuesday – Thursday, November 13-15 in the City Hall Auditorium.

See the flyers, map and schedule below for workshop hours and details. (Please note that is is separate from the Community Path of Lynn, which uses the former railroad spur through West Lynn).

If you cannot attend, you can give your input, here – http://lynnbikeped.com/websites/52/pages/282

The Network Plan is examining connections both to the Lynn Shore and Nahant Beach Reservation and to the waterfront immediately south of the Lynnway. During Community Workshop #1, the project team identified potential connections to both locations. During Community Workshop #2, the project team will focus on identifying the most implementable route for reaching the Lynn Shore and Nahant Beach Reservation. Identifying a single route from Western Avenue to the shore is important for the City of Lynn to be able to receive state funding as part of the Northern Strand project. The Northern Strand is a regional shared use path that travels through Everett, Malden, Revere, Saugus, and Lynn. Come provide your input on route options for Lynn’s section of the Northern Strand Community Path.

The City of Lynn’s Walking and Bicycling Network Plan is working to identify the most implementable route for reaching the Lynn Shore and Nahant Beach Reservation. Identifying a single route from Western Avenue to the shore is important for the City of Lynn to be able to receive state funding as part of the Northern Strand project. The Northern Strand is a regional shared use path that travels through Everett, Malden, Revere, Saugus, and Lynn. There are several possible ways that the path could continue through Lynn: via the “Northern Route” options primarily along S. Common Street or via the “Southern Route” options primarily along the old railbed and Neptune Boulevard. For the “Final Leg to the Shore,” the path could go along the Lynnway, Washington Street to the Lynnway, or Broad Street to Nahant Street. Please provide your input on route options by adding a comment to the webmap.


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