Support the Fenway Connector - Complete the Broken Link under Park Drive
The FENWAY-YAWKEY MULTI USE PATH is a proposed green link along MBTA owned land, connecting Riverway Park (Muddy River) with the Fenway MBTA station, and 401 Park Drive (formerly Landmark Center).
As shown in the map below (red line), this short, paved path (~600 feet) would allow pedestrians and cyclists easy, safe access under Park Drive, rather than having to navigate a complicated, dangerous rotary and congested intersections.
The state has nearly completed plans for this project. Now let’s tell them to move ahead with implementation. Please sign on to our letter below to show your support. Remember to scroll all the way down for the submit button.
A 3-minute video describing the Fenway Connector is at
We, the undersigned organization and/or individual, support prompt completion of the Fenway Connector to extend the multi-use trail from the Muddy River Reservation to the Fenway and Lansdowne stations. This will provide a number of benefits, including:
- A new transportation option for people who live and work in this rapidly growing neighborhood
- Safe bike and pedestrian access to these stations, which will promote increased transit ridership
- An alternative route for pedestrians and cyclists to avoid heavy traffic at Park Drive where it meets the Muddy River
- A more accessible and safe route from transit to area attractions such as Fenway Park
Map of Green Link between Muddy River Path and Beacon St.
Fenway Multi-Use Path: A Safer Crossing for Pedestrians and Bicyclists under Park Drive
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