AN ACT FURTHER DEFINING A SCENIC BYWAY IN THE TOWNS OF ARLINGTON, LEXINGTON, LINCOLN AND CONCORD.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same as follows:
Chapter 345 of the acts of 2006 is hereby amended by striking out the first and second paragraphs and inserting in place thereof the following 2 paragraphs:-
Notwithstanding section 15C of chapter 40 of the General Laws, Massachusetts avenue, a portion of Appleton street and Paul Revere road in the town of Arlington; Massachusetts avenue, Old Massachusetts avenue and portions of state highway Route 2A, Wood street and Hancock street in the town of Lexington; North Great road in the town of Lincoln; and Lexington road, portions of Monument street, Liberty street, a portion of Lowell road and a portion of Barrett’s Mill road in the town of Concord shall be designated and known as the Battle Road: the Road to Revolutions scenic byway.
The Battle Road: the Road to Revolutions scenic byway shall begin in Arlington on Massachusetts avenue on the Cambridge city line and shall proceed generally northwest along Massachusetts avenue, continue along Massachusetts avenue and branches to Appleton street until Paul Revere road and Paul Revere road until merging back with Massachusetts avenue, and continue along Massachusetts avenue into Lexington, with a spur to the Hancock/Clarke house on Hancock street and continue on Massachusetts avenue to Marrett road and branches to Wood street, Old Massachusetts avenue and Massachusetts avenue, through the town of Lexington, where both branches shall merge with North Great road in the town of Lincoln and continue westward to Lexington street and Monument square in the town of Concord, where it turns northward to Monument street then southwestward to Liberty street to Lowell road, and shall include that portion of Lowell road from Liberty street to Barrett’s Mill road and that portion of Barrett’s Mill road from Lowell road to Barrett’s Farm, terminating at Barrett’s Farm.
Approved, January 19, 2012.