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What Kind of Legacy?
With the next federal transportation bill being weighed in both houses of Congress, RTC President Keith Laughlin considers the legacy we'll leave our children and grandchildren.

Milwaukee's Home Run of Trails:
Named for the local baseball hero, the 12-mile Hank Aaron State Trail runs through the industrial heart of Milwaukee, following the Menomonee River west from Lake Michigan.

California Dream:
From San Diego to Los Angeles and San Francisco, farsighted planners are working to unite the state's urban centers, mass transit and regional parks via interconnected pathways.

Destination: Iowa
The 25-mile High Trestle Trail spools from the outskirts of Des Moines into Iowa farm country, culminating with a one-of-a-kind artistic bridge 13 stories above the Des Moines River.

Laurie Lafontaine: Going the Extra Mile
The 64-year-old activist and sixth-generation resident of Indiana, Pa., has spent more than two decades developing a trail network in her home state.

More Trail Tales:
Readers from Iowa, Ohio and Tennessee share their favorite parts about rail-trail history.


Rails to Trails magazine
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Spring/Summer 2012 issue online!

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A View From Down Under:
Enjoy a slideshow of rail-trails in Australia, as featured in the Spring/Summer 2012 issue of Rails to Trails ("A View From Down Under," by Katy June-Friesen).

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