DCR Recreational Advisory: Temporary Path Closures for the Paul Dudley White Bike Path in Boston

DCR Recreational Advisory: Temporary Path Closures for the Paul Dudley White Bike Path in Boston


WHAT: Beginning on Monday, November 2, 2015, the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) anticipates closing four segments of the Paul Dudley White Multi-Use Path for reconstruction and restoration work. The project will include reconstruction, re-striping, loam and seeding of shoulders, and erosion controls to protect the adjacent Charles River. DCR will commence the reconstruction and closing of the four segments, one at a time:


Segment 1:     Longfellow Bridge to Exeter Street / western lagoon


Segment 2:     Fairfield Street to Deerfield Street (both sides of the Massachusetts Avenue Bridge)


Segment 3:     Anderson Bridge to Weeks Pedestrian Bridge


Segment 4:     Eliot Bridge to the Artesani Playground / Christian Herter Park


Users should plan accordingly, seek alternate pathways, and use caution. Detours / alternate routes should be available as follows:


Segment 1:     Alternative paths along the lagoons and Esplanade


Segment 2:     Cambridge side of the river or pedestrian overpasses at Fairfield and Sherborn Streets to Back Street and Beacon Street (see http://trailmap.mapc.org/)


Segment 3:     Cambridge side of the river


Segment 4:     Alternative paths along Soldiers Field Road


WHERE:         Paul Dudley White Bike Path, Boston, Longfellow Bridge to Christian Herter Park


WHEN:           Expected Monday, November 2, 2015 until Mid-December


 

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