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Old 08-29-11, 12:48 PM   #1
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Status of the Blackstone Bikeway, Cumberland/Lincoln?

Rhode Island query: Has anyone ridden or even walked the Blackstone since Irene?

My commute uses the section from Ann&Hope Dr (or Rt123) to the Martin St bridge. Any word on whether it is passable?

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Since no one else has bothered to respond to this I might as well do it myself. I rode my short section today, saw no problem. This morning there was a tree down at the entrance southbound at Ann&Hope Rd but a crew was in the process of cleaning it up. I'd guess the whole path is okay now.
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Since no one else has bothered to respond to this I might as well do it myself. I rode my short section today, saw no problem. This morning there was a tree down at the entrance southbound at Ann&Hope Rd but a crew was in the process of cleaning it up. I'd guess the whole path is okay now.
i don't know if this of interest to you. yesteday i was on the bkike path they were still clear off some treee of the path.by 11am all was clear from crans. to coventry.
there were plenty ofs leaves and twig still needed to be cleaned away.
from about warwick on all was clear.
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