We are awaiting an update on this map. In the meantime , the MRG is designated on Google maps by a rather faint green dotted line.
You have to zoom in at least 3 or 4 times to see the dotted green line that runs from Phnom Phen Sandwich Station on the eastern end to Lebanon Ford on the west where the paved part ends. An unpaved path could take you onto Glen Road. (Glen Road becomes a single lane going under a stone arch bridge so one would need great caution at that point.) Glen Road leads out to RT 12-A, a heavily traveled road where there are a number of shopping plazas and restaurants. (If you move across the map to the east of downtown Lebanon, you will find another green dotted line that represents the Northern Rail Trail with CCBA Witherell Recreation Center as the most evident landmark at Spencer Street. The two rail trails will be connected when tunnel reconstruction is completed.)
Here is an estimate of the mileage between points on the MRG.
Dudley Bridge<.36 mile>PriceChop<.75 mile>MascomaBridge<.28mile >1-89Bridge<.48 mile> SlaytonHill<.6 mile>Kiosk
If you start at the Price Chopper parking lot access on the Miracle Mile (RT. 4/Mechanic St.) and go left (West), it is .36 mile to the Dudley Bridge. If you loop back by way of the path along the river, you will have traveled a .76 mile loop back to the parking lot access road.
If you start at the Price Chopper access road and go right (East), it is .75 mile to the middle of the bridge over the Mascoma River (near Timken.)
Continuing eastward it is .28 mile to the middle of the bridge over Interstate 89.
Then .48 mile from the middle of the Interstate bridge to the middle of the Slayton Hill Overpass by Alice Peck Day Hospital.
It is then .6 mile to the kiosk at the intersection of Mascoma, Mechanic and High Streets.
At some point we will have a map of the MRG drawn to scale . . . but in the meantime, we have these estimates. (Thanks to Paul Coats and Rainie Kelly for the estimates. )
*Please note the above is official parking access to the MRG. We encourage the use of these official access points to encourage the community to get on or off the Greenway.*
Note: Meetings are being planned to problem-solve the two ends of the MRG. (Closure of the downtown tunnel connection to the Northern Rail Trail and failed plans for the Iron Horse Park in West Leb present challenges on both ends.) Also being planned: Kiosks, maps, signage, benches, tables, naming plaques, access points, land purchase, Glen Road options. This is a big project, a marathon not a sprint; Phase 1 is complete but there is more to go!