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Focus Term: Capital Trails Coalition

What We Mean When We Say We Are “Standing Against Racism”
June 10, 2020
We also got many questions—about the prevalence of experiences of inequity and injustice in the outdoors as well as what we’re doing about it.
Baltimore, MD | Photo by Side A Photography
Connectivity Evolution: Examining a Decade of Rails-to-Trails’ Impact, 2010–2020
December 31, 2019
Here’s a look at RTC and a decade of rail-trails—their power and their impact. As the 2010s built momentum, opportunities to maximize the power of these essential community assets became clear.
Photo courtesy RTC
Capital Trails Network Cost Estimate
November 20, 2019
This cost estimate is the next step in supporting the completion of the Capital Trails Network and providing safe access to reliable transportation and open space for the more than 6 million people in the region.
Metro Washington Association of Blind Athletes Makes Tandem Connections on DC Trails
December 20, 2018
“The speed, the freedom, the sense of connection—it’s what made me fall in love with biking,” explained Karla Gilbride. Discussing regular after-work trips down Washington, D.C.’s Capital Crescent Trail on a tandem bike
A ride at Lake Artemesia with the Metro Washington Association for Blind Athletes | Photo courtesy MWABA
Eight Critical Wins for TrailNation in 2018
December 05, 2018
Here is a spotlight on some of the critical TrailNation project advances we made in 2018—and how they are bringing to life our vision of trails at the heart of healthy, thriving communities.
Baltimore, Maryland | Photo by Side A Photography
Maryland and Washington, D.C.’s Capital Crescent Trail
June 13, 2017
Forming an emerald arc around western portion of the District of Columbia, the Capital Crescent Trail connects Washington to its Maryland suburbs.
View of Potomac River along Capital Crescent Trail | Photo by Milo Bateman