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Fenway Path

The Fenway Path is a planned off-road path along a former railroad right-of-way that extends from the Muddy River path in the Emerald Necklace to Lansdowne Station.

The Fenway Path is a plan for a family-friendly, off-road bicycle and pedestrian path to connect residents to jobs, businesses, transit stations, cultural institutions, and parks in the Fenway neighborhood.

The first two sections of the path, from Fenway Station to Maitland Street, were completed in 2022 and 2023. The final section ("Phase III") will extend from Fenway Station underneath Park Drive to the Emerald Necklace. Phase III will be constructed by the MBTA and the developer of the Landmark Center using mitigation funds provided by the Landmark Center.

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    Transportation
  • What's a Green Link?

    Green Links are proposed paths that people can use to access Boston's linear parks or "greenways". The goal is to create a network of great walking and biking routes that link people in every neighborhood to high quality parks and green spaces.

    Our Green Links Vision

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    Transportation
  • What's a Green Link?

    Green Links are proposed paths that people can use to access Boston's linear parks or "greenways". The goal is to create a network of great walking and biking routes that link people in every neighborhood to high quality parks and green spaces.

    Our Green Links Vision

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