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Lincoln Station Studies

The Conway School of Ecological Landscape Design & Planning partnered with the Lincoln Planning Board to develop a site plan that re-envisioned the Mall at Lincoln Station as a lively, multi-use central gathering space for residents and visitors alike. They assessed Lincoln Station and the area for possible streetscape & landscaping improvements to create a cohesive, more pedestrian-friendly district, exploring public amenities: benches, tables, bike racks etc., pedestrian circulation and crossing, and public gathering areas. 

Conway was at the Community Fair on Saturday, April 30th and conducted an online survey.

Click here to view the final Conway School Study


The Town of Lincoln's Comprehensive Long Range Plan was accepted at the 2009 Town Meeting. A key issue identified in the plan was the economic sustainability of Lincoln's small commercial area, Lincoln Station. In 2010 a Planning Board subcommittee was formed to study and make recommendations for Lincoln Station. The study was completed in 2014 and documents the advantages & challenges for Lincoln Station, supported by background information including demographics, infrastructure, & site constraints.

It also includes a comparative study of how four towns with similar characteristics have achieved positive results in revitalizing commercial centers. Three options for action are proposed each requiring a different level of town effort & investment. The Planning Board's hope is that this study will assist the Town in choosing which path to pursue.

Lincoln Station Planning Study 2014

Various studies have been conducted throughout the years. Please see the documents below.

FY2013 Lincoln Station Zoning Map

Lincoln Feasibility Analysis 2011

Report to Planning Board 1999

South Lincoln Report 1998

Lincoln Station Report 1962