Greenways Corridor Committee
Map of Historic Lexington (pdf)
New! Scene and Herd: English footpaths lead Abrams down his path
Study finds taking a walk may lead to more creativity than sitting
Benefits of Walking (2.5 min. video)
The Walking Revolution (30 min. documentary)
Everybody Walk website
ACROSS Lexington (Accessing Conservation land, Recreation areas, Open space, Schools and Streets in Lexington) is a network of pedestrian and bicycle routes that links many parts of the Town of Lexington.
MAP DOWNLOADS (pdf):
ACROSS Lexington Brochure and Map of Routes A & B with points of interest and a historic Lexington map!
Map of Routes A & B
These people have just completed walking the newer "B" route.
See Photo Gallery below
The Board of Selectmen have established the
Rick Abrams ACROSS Lexington Fund
to support the trail network by creating:
- new directional and interpretive signage,
- electronic and/or print maps, and
- web/software development to incorporate current technologies.
The mailing address for donations is:
Board of Selectmen
ACROSS Lexington Trust Fund
Town of Lexington
1625 Massachusetts Ave.
Lexington, MA 02420
Please make checks out to "Town of Lexington"
"Rick Abrams ACROSS Lexington Trust Fund"
on the memo line.
ACROSS Lexington routes use various existing public ways, including conservation land trails and sidewalks. Routes connect the center of town with various locations in the town including historic sites, schools and conservation areas. Routes are accessible by foot or bicycle.
Creating such a network of marked routes is intended to encourage greater utilization of Lexington’s open-space resources for passive recreation. Residents and visitors alike will find enjoyment, exercise and an incentive to travel about town without a car.
ACROSS Lexington routes will also connect users to open space resources in neighboring towns via existing trails such as the Western Greenway Trail and the Battle Road Trail in the Minute Man National Historical Park.
Photos from ACROSS Lexington
The photos below were taken on Routes A & B for the ACROSS Lexington project which exist now. The full 40-mile system rollout will take place over the next several years.