From the 2013 Memorandum of Agreement among the Towns of Arlington, Lexington, Lincoln, and Concord, and the Minute Man National Historical Park:
"The Battle Road Scenic Byway: Road to Revolutions is a route through the towns of Arlington, Lexington, Lincoln, and Concord that follows the approximate path of British regulars on April 19, 1775 during the battles that marked the start of the American Revolution, and passes many sites of cultural and historical importance. The Metropolitan Area Planning Council worked closely with the Towns, the Minute Man National Historical Park, and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation, to produce the Corridor Management Plan, which was funded by the Federal Highway Administration’s National Scenic Byway Program with a matching grant from the Massachusetts Highway Department."
The Battle Road Scenic Byway Committee carries out the activities of the Corridor Management Plan for transportation, land use, and tourism along the Byway.
Up to three members from each Town - should include a balance of voices representing municipal interests including but not limited to planning, public works, tourism, and elected officials.
Lexington members appointed by: Select Board
Term: two years
There is also a Stakeholders Advisory Group that provides input.