Clippership Connector: Medford

A rendering of the proposed Clippership Connector.

A rendering of the proposed Clippership Connector.

The Clippership Connector, a proposed half-mile waterfront path, will connect more than 10 miles of contiguous greenways and provide a safe and scenic route between Medford Square, Andrew/McGlynn Schools and Riverbend Park. The path will allow people to walk, run, bike, and push strollers along a section of the river that, to date, has been blocked from public access. 

Thanks to a Partnership Grant from the DCR, the project is being designed and will be shovel-ready by early 2018. The Clippership Connector will be built approximately 18-24 months after capital funding is identified. Sign up for our enewsletter to learn about upcoming public meetings and milestones as this project advances. 

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 DCR hosted a public meeting on June 8th. See a copy of the presentation here and submit your comments by July 11, 2017. 

This project is a partnership between the Mystic River Watershed Association, Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR), City of Medford, Lawrence and Lillian Solomon Foundation, the Medford Bicycle Advisory Commission, WalkMedford and Wegmans.