The Trail through Rockland, MA has proven to be a great example of how well a rail trail can turn out.
The trail seen above is being constructed with Recycled Asphalt. This is beneficial due the materials permeability, economical price, and ADA compliance.
It also encapsulates the railroad material residue located in the corridor with a suitable cover.
Photographed above is the ground breaking ceremony in Haverhill, Mass. Present in these photo's was the President of the Chamber of Commerce, and the Mayor of Haverhill, MA with part of the Iron Horse Team.
The Trail through Haverhill offers great scenery and a safe environment to enjoy the outdoors.
The trail in Wenham, MA has come a long away, as shown above the gravel path has been nicely compacted.
This portion of the Trail through Everett runs through a residential area, which allows the locals to have easy access to recreational activities.
Pictured above is a completed bridge on the Danvers Rail Trail. It took a few months to deliver the product this community wanted, but it is finally here.
The Methuen project shown in progress. Above is a demonstration of how a trail in progress is kept clean of debris.