Lexington, a well-connected community through a regional and local transportation network. Quick transportation facts include:
- Lexington owns and manages 212 miles of roadway, 84.4 miles of sidewalks, 5.3 miles of separated multimodal trails, and 46 miles of trails
- Limited access highways, Interstate I-95 and State Route 2 with three interchanges each serve Lexington and the communities beyond.
- The Minute Man Bikeway serves Lexington, two Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) bus routes, six Lexpress bus routes, the MBTA RIDE, and LexConnect
- Lexington benefits from many private shuttles run by Transportation Management Associations (TMAs) such as the REV, taxis, and car services such as Uber and Lyft.
Learn more about Lexington’s transportation network from the information below.
The CPAC, the Project Consultants, and Lexington Staff are working on developing the Transportation Inventory and Analysis Report. The most recent edition can be view below. Please note the document will be updated based on information collected at the June 15th Public Forum. Hence the note in the header of the document.
On April 4, 2019, the Comprehensive Plan Advisory Committee (CPAC) held a public forum, titled Getting There in Lexington. Please see links below to view the video of the presentation or copies of the PowerPoint presentations presented.
- PowerPoint Presentation: Getting There in Lexington, Lexington Next, Lexington’s Comprehensive Plan, Patrick Sullivan
- PowerPoint Presentation: Bicycling in Lexington, Peggy Enders, Chair, Lexington Bicycle Advisory Committee
- PowerPoint Presentation: Lexington Next: Walkable Communities, Stacey Beuttell, WalkBoston
- PowerPoint Presentation: Transportation Services, Susan Barrett, Transportation Manager, Town of Lexington
Presentation on Getting There In Lexington held on April 4, 2019
Transportation panel held on May 1, 2018 – Part 2 of a 2 Part SeriesMay
Transportation panel held on February 27, 2018 – Part 1 of a 2 Part Series