Looking west from Walnut Street towards the Medford Street bridge, where the Community Path will provide access to the future Gilman Square Green Line station next to Somerville High School. Taken during a construction tour of the Community Path Extension project on Sept. 9, 2022, during the NACTO Designing Cities conference.
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