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Auburn trails feasibility study prepared by Maine Department of Transportation.

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Maine Department of Transportation

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T 76.10:Au 888


Auburn, Maine, trails


The Maine Department of Transportation (MDOT) contracted with Rizzo Associates to study the feasibility of developing shared use paths along the Little Androscoggin Rover and along the Maine Central Railroad in downtown Auburn. A previous plan called for converting the Lewiston-Auburn Railroad (formerly the Canadian National Railroad) to be a shared use path that would link the existing bicycle/pedestrian bridge (former railroad bridge) over the Androscoggin River to the south end of the city near the airport. The possibility of reactivating the Lewiston-Auburn Railroad required that this feasibility study evaluate other possible locations for a trail. A trail linking the Little Androscoggin Shared Use Path to West Pitch Park, which is also evaluated in this study, is an essential component of Auburn's planned downtown trail network.

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Auburn Trails Feasibility Study