The Superintendent of Public Works in Winthrop, Massachusetts–a dynamic 1.64-square-mile peninsula extending out into Boston Harbor–envisioned a walkable and bikeable town for the enjoyment of citizens and summer tourists alike. The student project illustrated how a number of recent public projects could be linked into a cohesive network of walking and biking trails along with Winthrop’s historic railroad rights-of-way, public parks, nature reserves, beaches, and public places.


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