Tag Archives: Rails-to-Trails

Seattle’s Epic Saga Over an Unfinished Trail May Finally Be Over

​The Burke Gilman Trail is a 19-mile former rail line turned multi-use trail that runs west to east from the shore of Puget Sound all the way to the top of Lake Washington in Kenmore, a Seattle suburb. It is the most heavily trafficked trail in the city, popular with commuters and sport cyclists and runners and dog walkers and everyone in between. It’s taken nearly two decades of planning, environmental impact review, lawsuits, appeals, protests, political deal making and... Read more

Moving Forward in 2017: Active Transportation in the New Congress and Trump Administration

Join America Walks and Rails-to-Trails Conservancy for a policy briefing webinar exploring what’s anticipated in federal trail, walking and biking policy as the new Congress and Trump administration prepare to take office. Experts in transportation and public health policy will share their intelligence and unique insights about what the new political climate will bring for active transportation. Register now... Read more
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