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Ludlam Trail Project Case Study
February 16, 2024
The Ludlam Trail project is positioning Miami-Dade County to transform a 6.2-mile rail line into a linear park and active transportation hub.
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Rails-to-Trails Conservancy Awards $300,000+ to Support Inclusive Trail Projects Across the Nation
November 14, 2022
RTC has awarded a combined $300,000+ in grants to 25 organizations working in rural, suburban and urban communities across the country as part of the 2022 Trail Grants program.
Atlantic Greenway South Beach Trail, part of the Miami LOOP | Photo by Lee Smith
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2021 RTC Fall Trail Grants Supporting Equitable Trail Access Around the Nation
November 17, 2021
RTC announced the recipients of over $300,000 in grants as part of the 2021 Trail Grants Program. These grants were given to 45 organizations around the country
Washington's Palouse to Cascades State Park Trail in part of the Great American Rail-Trail | Photo by TrailLink user scfroehlich
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Top 10 Trails in Florida
January 01, 2021
Trails in Florida—including nearly 60 rail-trails—connect travelers to this diverse array of beautiful landscapes and unique communities.
Florida's Legacy Trail | Photo by Brian Gerhardstein
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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
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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
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Bright Horizons: Florida’s Miami LOOP
January 12, 2018
Approximately 54 percent complete to date, the Miami LOOP is a 225-mile trail vision to expand transportation options, make biking and walking safer and more equitable.
The Atlantic Greenway in South Beach is part of Florida’s 225-mile developing Miami LOOP. | Photo by Lee Smith