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Bicycle & Pedestrian Committee
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Bicycle & Pedestrian Committee
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Administration Building
149 Main St.
Watertown, MA  02472

Ph: (617) 972-6417
Fx: (617) 972-6484

Hours
Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Meetings are open to the public.

Anyone interested in any aspect of bicycling or walking in Watertown is encouraged to come and participate in one of our monthly meetings.

Agendas
View the most recent agenda for the Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee.

Minutes
View recent minutes for the Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee.

Contact Us
Contact the committee at (617) 972-6417 or by email. To learn more about the committee, visit the Watertown Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee website.

Current Projects
  • Planning local bicycle and pedestrian paths
    • School Street to Grove Street
    • Grove Street to Fresh Pond
    • School Street West
  • Advocating for bicycle accommodations on roadway and new developments
  • Implementing the recently-approved bicycle master plan
  • Sponsoring bicycle rides, education, and other events

Mission
The Watertown Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee works to improve the bicycling and pedestrian alternatives within the Town for commuting and recreation. Officially commissioned by the Town in 1995, the Committee is composed of volunteer residents appointed by the Town Manager.