Lexington, Massachusetts
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Meeting Minutes

2012 Annual Report
2011 Annual Report
2010 Annual Report

2009 Annual Report
all Annual Town Reports

Friends of Lexington Bikeways website

Minuteman Bikeway site

ACROSS Lexington biking and walking trails


Draft Report Navigating the Minuteman Bikeway with recommendations for safety and information improvements by the Toole Design Group

Bike Walk 'n Bus Week 2014

Sign up for the Lexington Bicycle Newsgroup at http://groups.yahoo.com & search on Bike Lexington.  

Check out Bike Smart safety videos and find more safety tips from the League of American Bicyclists

Bicycle Advisory Committee

Committee Charge   

Committee Membership

The Lexington Bicycle Advisory Committee meets jointly with the Friends of Lexington Bikeways on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Parker Meeting Room on the ground floor of the Town Office Building. 

>Check the public meetings calendar for specific meeting dates.

Contact Information:

Chair Peggy Enders - 781-863-0474
Staff email

Lexington Center 3-Season Parklet
with Lots of Bike Parking!

Please Donate to Keep the Bikeway Plowed in Lexington
during the 2013-2014 Winter!

Last winter's snowstorms were enough to deplete our plowing budget - and this winter is already a doozy! The cost of plowing the Bikeway in Lexington is paid for entirely by private donations, large and small.

Tax-deductible donations may be made by PayPal at Friends of Lexington Bikeways 
or by check payable to:

  Friends of Lexington Bikeways
c/o Bob Hausslein
20 Slocum Road
Lexington, MA 02421

     Lexington Bike Walk 'n Bus Week -

Week logoFriday, May 9 through Sunday, May 18, 2014

"What a Glorious Morning to Leave Your Car at Home!"

  • Featuring activities promoting healthy, sustainable, and safe transportation options in Lexington.
  • Guided bike rides and walking tours for all ages and abilities as well as special programs for students -- including Friday Commuter Breakfasts and Guided Walks on the Bikeway starting at the Lexington Depot.

What are these bicycle markings on Worthen Road, Spring Street, Mass. Ave. and other streets in town?

Sharrows! - short for
"shared lane pavement markings."

The image of a bicycle with a series of chevrons indicates that motorists and cyclists are to share the travel lane.

Under Massachusetts General Law, 
a bicyclist may use the full traffic lane
in order to avoid car doors, debris, bad
pavement, or other hazards.


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