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A section of the Cochituate Rail Trail near Cochituate State Park in Natick before the construction of trail improvements. Photo courtesy of Josh Ostroff.

Natick Makes Way for Trail-Oriented Development

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Construction started this week on Natick’s section of the Cochituate Rail Trail, a 2.4 mile path that will link fast-growing suburban neighborhoods and major employers to Natick’s town center and commuter rail stop. The project will extend an existing 1.2 mile trail (highlighted in yellow in the map at left) through the city of Framingham, where […]
StreetsblogMASS editor Christian MilNeil (right) with his family during a visit to Streetsblog world headquarters in Brooklyn in April 2019.

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