Instead of no-trespassing signs, new regulations have been posted along the first 1.1-mile section of trail that opened in Framingham last fall.
• Passive recreation only (e.g., walking, jogging, or bicycling). All other uses prohibited.
• Activity is restricted to the top of the aqueduct
• Trail is open from dawn to dusk.
• Alcohol is prohibited.
• Motorized vehicles are prohibited.
• All dogs must be leashed. Remove all pet waste.
• Do not litter. This is a carry-in, carry-out facility.
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