The public is invited to fill out a survey before April 14 about a trial program being planned by Natick to bring adaptive and accessible cycling to the Cochituate Rail Trail.
The survey is for those who might want to use such equipment, those who might want to help others use it, and anyone who has experience with such programs or has ideas about the program.
If you need assistance completing the form, please contact Melissa Carter, coordinator of adaptive programs for the Recreation and Parks Department at email@example.com.
The town’s plan is to acquire an adaptive/accessible bicycle and a storage shed, and offer opportunities for riders or their families to make a reservation. Users would be matched with a volunteer who will give them a ride.
The MetroWest Health Foundation and MathWorks Community Grant Program are supporting this trial.
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