Contact one of RTC's offices or ask department-specific questions below.
As the national voice of the rail-trail movement, we advocate for policies and federal legislation and support trail development efforts that benefit communities all across America.
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Trail Development Department
Do you have a question about trail building, or are you seeking information about a trail project in your area?
Have questions relating to RTC's policy initiatives, including the Partnership for Active Transportation, federal trail, walking and bicycling transportation funding, or other federal legislation?
Traillink.com (powered by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy)
For technical issues found on Traillink.com, please fill out and submit our technical support form. Are you aware of a rail-trail in your area not listed? Can you provide us with additional or updated information on an open or in-progress rail-trail?
Rails to Trails Magazine
Email us for questions about our quarterly magazine, photos, authors, features, story ideas, letters to the editor and future/past issues.
Transportation Alternatives Funding
For questions regarding Transportation Alternatives eligibility or the details of program implementation in your state, visit the Transportation Alternatives Data Exchange (TrADE).
Midwest Regional Office - email→
506 S. High Street, Suite 8, Yellow Springs, OH 45387
States: Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Wisconsin
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744 South Street #2003, Philadelphia, PA 19147
States: Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont