The Green Line Extension team invites you to take a virtual tour of the Green Line Extension multi-modal Community Path. The 3-D model tour presented at a Community Path public meeting in May is now available for viewing on MassDOT YouTube online.
The simulation will take you from West Boulevard in Cambridge and head northwest where it will connect to the Somerville Community Path at Lowell Street. This 1.9-mile path will be built as part of the GLX Project and connect four GLX Stations: Lowell Street, Gilman Square, Washington Street, and the relocated Lechmere.
We invite you to take a tour along the GLX Community Path.
More information related to the Community Path can also be found on the GLX website:
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