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Trail Moments | Running for Good Health and a Good Cause
July 05, 2023
Unfortunately, runners can get injured for a variety of reasons—as I have learned from experience. To reduce this from happening for others, I wanted to share what I’ve learned from my education and from my own running journey.
Trail run along West Virginia's Mon River Trail | Photo by Guy Monteleone
Arkansas’ Razorback Regional Greenway
July 05, 2023
Whether he’s going to work or out to eat with his family, Fayetteville resident Matt Mihalevich often hops on his bicycle and rides the Razorback Regional Greenway in Northwest Arkansas to get there.
Arkansas' Razorback Regional Greenway | Photo courtesy Experience Fayetteville
Regional Partnership Secures $25 Million Federal Grant for Massive Investment in Trail Network
June 28, 2023
Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Montgomery Parks and the District DOT receive $25 million to fix and build trails.
Anacostia River Trail ride | Photo by Tim Ervin, courtesy Friends of Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens
FY 23 Raise Grants Illustrate Transformative Impact of Connected Trail, Walking and Biking Infrastructure in Rural, Suburban and Urban Communities Nationwide
June 28, 2023
FY 23 RAISE grants mark focus yet on trails, walking and biking, funding trail and active transportation projects in nearly every state.
The ODT at Olympic National Park | Photo by John Gussman
Critical Circuit Trails Project Receives $19 Million To Create New Opportunities To Walk, Bike And Be Active Outside In Camden County
June 28, 2023
Critical Circuit Trails Project Receives $19 Million To Create New Opportunities To Walk, Bike And Be Active Outside In Camden County.
New Jersey's Camden Greenway | Photo by Laura Pedrick/AP Images
The Critical Role of Active Transportation in the Federal Carbon Reduction Program
June 27, 2023
The Carbon Reduction Program (CRP), which provides $6.4 billion in formula funds over five years, and requires 65% of funds to be suballocated based on population.
Herring Run Trail in Baltimore, MD | Photo by Side A Photography
18 Months In: What’s the Impact of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law for Trails, Walking and Biking?
June 23, 2023
After 18 months, learn aboutthe Impact of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law for trails, walking and biking.
Ohio's Cleveland Foundation Centennial Lake Link Trail | Photo by Jason Cohn
Remembering Franco Harris—Trails and Bicycling Advocate
June 15, 2023
Franco Harris, who died in December 2022 at the age of 72, became an important advocate for trails and cycling, in particular. And he did so as a member of the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy (RTC) Board of Directors from 1992 to 1997.
Franco Harris supported the trails and bicycling community in many ways, including as a board member for Rails-to-Trails Conservancy from 1992 to 1997, and as the owner of the Pittsburgh Power bike racing team in the early 1990s. | Photo courtesy Governor Tom Wolf | CC BY 2.0
Trail Moments with Latino Outdoors Outings Leader Valerie Pasión
June 14, 2023
My relationship with cycling here in Baltimore grew from my experience using biking and walking as my primary modes of transportation during Peace Corps service.
Photo by Michael Ocasio
California’s Mill Valley/Sausalito Multiuse Pathway
June 13, 2023
It’s a popular route for children heading to school, a place for retirees to get in a morning walk and a crucial link for bicycle commuters on their way to work. As any of its numerous advocates will tell you, coastal California’s Mill Valley/Sausalito Multiuse Pathway more than lives up to its multiuse name.
California's Mill Valley-Sausalito Multiuse Pathway | Photo courtesy Marin County Bicycle Coalition