Community Path Feasibility Study

The Board of Selectmen, through the Community Path Implementation Advisory Committee (CPIAC), recently contracted with the Pare Corporation to conduct a Feasibility Study of the Community Path.

Please forward any questions, comments or concerns regarding the Feasibility Study to Jeffrey Wheeler, Senior Planner, at jwheeler@belmont-ma.gov.  All comments will be forwarded to the consultants and taken into consideration as they develop the Feasibility Study.
 

Final Draft of the Feasibility Study for the Belmont Community Path (November 2017)

 

    10. Consultant Recommendations (Held November 2, 2017)

    • Presentation
    • Here's the link to the Belmont Media Center's broadcast of the presentation

    INFORMATION FROM PREVIOUS MEETINGS

    PHASE II:

    • Further Refinement of the Matrix 
    • Cost Analysis

    9. Matrix/Routes/Cost/Funding (Held April 26, 2017)

    8. Eastern End (Belmont Center Railroad Bridge to Brighton Street) (Held March 8, 2017)

    • Presentation on the Eastern End
    • Here's the link to the Belmont Media Center's broadcast of the presentation.

    7. Central Area (DPW Yards to Belmont Center Railroad Bridge) (Held February 15, 2017)

    • Presentation on the Central Area
    • Here's the link to the Belmont Media Center's broadcast of the presentation. 

    6. Western End (Waverley Square to the DPW Yards) (Held February 8, 2017)

    • Presentation on the Western End 
    • Definitions for the Matrix 
    • Here's the link to the Belmont Media Center's broadcast of the presentation.  

    END PHASE I

    5. Hot Topics and the Matrix (Held December 7, 2016)

    • Presentation on Hot Topics and the Matrix 
    • Here's the link to the Belmont Media Center's broadcast of the presentation.

    4. Eastern End Meeting (Held November 16, 2016)

    • Presentation of Options
    • Area Boards of Challenging Locations
    • Here's the link to Belmont Media Center's broadcast of the presentation.  

    3. Central Meeting (Held November 9, 2016)

    • Presentation of Options
    • Area Boards of Challenging Locations
    • Here's the link to Belmont Media Center's broadcast of the presentation.  

    2. Western End Meeting (Held October 26, 2016)

    • Presentation of Options
    • Area Boards of Challenging Locations
    • Unfortunately, Belmont Media Center did not broadcast this meeting. 

    1. Introductory/Kick-Off Meeting

    • Presentation - overview of the Feasibility Study process and important milestones 
    • Meeting Notice 
    • Unfortunately, Belmont Media Center did not broadcast this meeting. 
     

    Upcoming Events 

    The consultants completed their initial process of gathering information, developing possible routes, drafting a route evaluation matrix, and receiving publicinput.  The materials from these meetings are linked above.  

    The next phase of the Feasbility Study will be for the consultants to analyze the inforamtion and refine the matrix.  These meetings will be held in January and February.  Notice of these meetings will be posted on the Town's calendar and this webpage. 

     

    Survey from the Introductory/Kick-Off Meeting

    Individuals filling out the Survey can edit their responses until they submit their entry in full. The survey responses will be be used in formulating materials for the public meetings.

     

    Public Engagement Plan

    Segment 1, WESTERN END, the area between Waverley Square (Belmont/Waltham line) to the Department of Public Works Yards

    Segment 2, CENTRAL, the area between the Department of Public Works Yards and the Belmont Center Railroad Bridge

    Segment 3, EASTERN END, the area between the Belmont Center Railroad Bridge and Brighton Street (Belmont/Cambridge line)