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The Minuteman Bikeway is a Millennium Trail, designated by the White House.

Bikeway Basics

Alewife Station

The Minuteman Bikeway connects to the Alewife MBTA Station in Cambridge, providing transportation access to subway and bus service.

Location Bedford, Lexington, Arlington, and Cambridge – Massachusetts.

You can download maps of the Minuteman Bikeway here:

End points Alewife Station, Cambridge.
Depot Park/South Street, Bedford.
Length 10 miles from Alewife Station to Bedford, with mile-marker posts.
Surfact Asphalt pavement, 12 feet wide.
Terrain Gently rolling
Uses Bicycling, walking, jogging, in-line skating, cross-country skiing. No motorized vehicles allowed, except for powered wheelchairs.
Snow Removal The bikeway is plowed during the winter months.
Accessibility Most at-grade street crossings along the bikeway are assessible for people with physical disabilities – including the main bikeway entrances in Bedford, Lexington Center, Arlington Center, and Cambridge.
Refreshments and toilets Available at Depot Park in Bedford, Thorndike Field in Arlington (seasonal outhouses), Lexington Visitor’s Center, Alewife Station, and nearby business districts along the bikeway.

You can download the new Bikeway Brochure and Map below.

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