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Mass. Central Rail Trail - Wayside

Weston's Rail Trail Advisory Committee wants to hear from residents as it plans for how Weston will accommodate the state's new recreation path, the Mass. Central Rail Trail - Wayside.

The posts below are provided by committee members and each post allows residents to publicly comment or ask questions. At the end of each post, a comment box appears. Residents will need to sign in with an email address before submitting the comment.

Please note, this is a moderated blog by the webmaster, which means comments will not be available immediately after submitting. 

Residents who are seeking an option to comment/ask questions about this project privately may use a private comment form that is available online. Comments submitted in this manner are not published online. Click here to submit comments privately. Also, please check the current FAQ available online here.

Aug 07

Rail Trail Construction Update

Posted on August 7, 2018 at 9:17 AM by Kara Fleming

Work is continuing on the rail trail, which means that it is still an active construction site and not officially open. We know people are very excited to use the state's new recreation path, but please avoid the area during construction.

In this update, learn about the current construction activities, future construction, and the MassDCR rail trail rules.

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May 02

Article 26 at Annual Town Meeting on May 7th

Posted on May 2, 2018 at 8:50 AM by Kara Fleming

The Rail Trail Advisory Committee would like to encourage all those who have been following our progress to attend Annual Town Meeting on May 7th. 

Article 26 on the Town Meeting warrant will allow us to continue our work in shaping the Mass Central Rail Trail – Wayside to be a significant recreational resource for the town while simultaneously assuring its integration into the rural character of Weston.

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Apr 20

Rail Trail Construction Update

Posted on April 20, 2018 at 9:51 AM by Kara Fleming

Progress is being made in the construction of the rail trail with two online photo albums of the work done to date.

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