What is the Riverside Greenway
The RGWG is a coalition of trail advocates from Bike Newton, The Newton Conservators, The Lawrence and Lillian Solomon Foundation, and the neighborhoods of Newton Lower Falls and Auburndale.
OUR VISION is to develop a trail network closing the gap between the Blue Heron Trail at Lyons's Park and Riverside MBTA station, the "Trestle Bridge' in Newton Lower Falls and beyond.
Alicia Bowman, Allison Burson, Ted Chapman, Tod Cochran, Henry Finch, Katherine Howard, Herb Nolan, Nathan Phillips, Larry Smith.
Images of the Charles River to which the Greenway trail system will create access.
The Riverside Greenway Concept includes a combination of shared-use, ADA-compliant and foot-trails to connect the current terminus of the Blue Heron Trail in Lyon's Field in Auburndale with the Lower Falls "Trestle" Bridge with access to 45 miles of trails in Wellesley. The Riverside Greenway Working Group presented their work over the last year to make this vison reality to an enthusiastic, standing-room-only audience at the Newton Main Library on January 24th 2018.
View the slide show or a video of the event with presentations by Emily Norton of the CWRA, Dan Driscoll of Mass DCR and Herb Nolan of the Solomon Foundation and the RGWG, including the Q&A filmed by Ted Kuklinski of the Newton Conservators.
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