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November 4, 2019 – Fall Newsletter is here!

Lots of news about the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail since our Spring Newsletter. Phase 2C in Concord officially opened in September. Phase 2B (Bridge over Route 2) and Phase 2D (Sudbury) are making progress. Updates about Acton and Chelmsford and

July 30, 2019 – Help Fund a Bike Repair Station in West Concord

A bike repair station is planned for the trail near West Concord Junction. The station is an Eagle Scout project for Concord resident and Life Scout Nolan Roberts. The bike repair station will have an air pump for filling flat/soft

June 13, 2019 – Summer Solstice Ride is Friday, June 21

Come ride or walk on the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail in Acton. Our annual Summer Solstice Bike Ride and Walk will start at 6:00pm on Friday, June 21st. Meet at Pedal Power Bike & Ski on Route 2A in Acton.

May 16, 2019 – Progress on the trail in Concord

During the last few weeks work has continued on the trail in West Concord. Recently the section that crosses the MBTA tracks was paved. The ribbon-cutting ceremony is expected to be held this spring or summer. Setting a date for

April 22, 2019 – Spring Newsletter is here!

See updates about the Route 2 Bridge connecting Acton and West Concord, the current status in Concord, Sudbury, and Framingham, and news about Chelmsford and Westford. Download Spring 2019 Newsletter

Phase 2A – Design Complete , Advertising for Construction Next

This article appeared in the Spring/Summer 2014 Friends of the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail Newsletter The 100% Phase 2A design was submitted to MassDOT by engineering consultant GPI on behalf of Acton, Carlisle, and Westford in March 2014. That means

Fall 2013 Friends of BFRT Newsletter is now available

Download our Fall 2013 newsletter for the latest news  about the “Bring the Trail to Sudbury” Campaign, Phase 2A and 2B updates, the new mile markers in Chelmsford (pictured) and more.

Sunday November 24, 2013 – Friends of the BFRT Annual Meeting

Come celebrate an extraordinary year of progress for the BFRT! After a brief business meeting and update on the “Bring the Trail to Sudbury” campaign, we will visit the future site of the East Acton Village Green abutting Icehouse Pond.

Portion of Trail Closed: September 20-26, 2013 Chelmsford

A portion of the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail in Chelmsford between Blaisdell Drive/Chelmsford Swim and Tennis Club area and Maple Road will be FULLY CLOSED from Friday September 20th through Thursday September 26th between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM each

Sudbury Board of Selectman Candidates Responses

Sudbury Voters and Interested Parties, The Board Friends of the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail (FBFRT) decided to ask the Sudbury Board of Selectmen (BOS) candidates for the June 25, 2013 special election two very specific questions to elicit their stance

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