Saturday, November 8, 2014

Advocates push for Grand Junction Path plan in Cambridge

By Erin Baldassari 

Posted Apr. 18, 2014 @ 8:01 am 

"Rachel Burckardt has a dream.
"The Cambridge resident and bicycling advocate heard of a vision for a path that would take cyclists and pedestrians from the Twin City Plaza in Somerville to the Charles River at MIT in Cambridge. The route would cut through the fastest growing region of the city, connecting thousands of residents to the economic engine of Kendall Square and adding green space in areas that have long been dominated by industrial buildings and cement parking lots.
"That was 15 years ago.
"At the time, Burckardt, a member of the Cambridge Bicycle Committee, took it upon herself as a civil engineer to begin drafting a "pre-feasibility" study."
(Quoted from article by Erin Baldassari in the Cambridge Chronicle/"Wicked Local")

Read entire article.

More about the Friends of the Grand Junction Path.

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