A non-profit citizens' group advocating for Newton's open spaces
The Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) is proposing to build a multi-use (bicycle and pedestrian) trail system to run from the Pony Truss Trail south to Quinobequin Road,
On September 22, 2020, Massachusetts DCR officials presented the results of a preliminary study entitled Lower Falls Shared-Use Trail Feasibility Study. View the meeting presentation. The proposed trail would start
In September 2020, work was completed to reconstruct the Pony Truss Trail along the Charles River opposite Riverside Park.
The mission of the Newton Conservators is to promote “the protection and preservation of natural areas … for the enjoyment and benefit of the people of Newton for scientific study,
Riverside Park is a small DCR property located mostly in Weston, between the Riverside MBTA station and the Martin Golf Course. For many years, the two pedestrian bridges that crossed
May 2012 Update The conversion of the railroad bridge from Newton Lower Falls to Wellesley for pedestrian use was completed in Spring 2012. The opening ceremony was on May 8th.
The conversion of the old former rail corridor and bridge over the Charles River at Newton Lower Falls into the Lower Falls Pedestrian Bridge is nearly complete. The bridge has
In 2010, BH Normandy Riverside LLC proposed construction of a mixed-use project called The Station at Riverside, to be built on land now used for parking at the Riverside MBTA
An old former rail corridor and bridge over the Charles River offers the potential to provide excellent recreational and smart growth opportunities to benefit the residents of Newton, including Lower
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