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Old July 27th, 2010, 01:44 AM   #1
sk8scott
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Default South Burlington, VT - new & improved!

Good news from here in Vermont: Much of the South Burlington bike path has been re-paved with fresh asphalt!

Plus, a couple of new sections have been added to the southeast, connecting to a couple miles of pre-existing bike path that had previously been difficult to access.

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How many miles repaved and from where to where?
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Old August 3rd, 2010, 11:39 AM   #3
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Not sure of the exact mileage. (My GPS is worthless.) New pavement has been laid down all along Dorset Street, from Kennedy Drive south to the intersection with Old Cross / Nowland Farm roads. Also repaved is the segement that runs along Swift Street down to Farrell Park. The branch off that segment to Stonehedge Drive is re-paved as well. The portion from Stonehedge to the tennis courts was partially re-surfaced last year, but fresh asphalt now covers the hill from there to Deerfield Drive.

The new segment, freshly paved, connects Dorset Heights to Autumn Hill Road. This connects to an older bike path which runs through the Schoolhouse neighborhood.

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