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Understanding Environmental Contaminants: Lessons Learned and Guidance to Keep Your Rail-Trail Project on Track
September 24, 2004
This report serves as a national resource guide to assist communities in utilizing new and existing brownfield programs to understand and address environmental clean-up issues that may inhibit the conversion of unused rail rights-of-way
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Trail Assessment Study: Florida Power and Light Greenway, A Shared-Use Corridor Pilot Project
July 01, 2004
Trail Assessment Study: Florida Power and Light Greenway, A Shared-Use Corridor Pilot Project
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Best Management Practices for Controlling Exposure to Soil during the Development of Rail-Trails
January 01, 2004
This document summarizes Best Management Practices for when former railroad lines are converted to recreation trails.
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Sample Trail Easement
January 01, 2004
Sample Trail Easement
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What’s Under Foot?
December 10, 2003
What's Under Foot?
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Historic Preservation & Community Identity
October 15, 2003
Trails and greenways provide a window into our history and culture by connecting people to historic features, bridges, buildings and canals.
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Economic Benefits of Trails and Greenways
October 01, 2003
This fact sheet examines the value of trails and greenways, including increased property values, community assets, and economic benefits.
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General License Agreement for Multiple Use Trail
May 22, 2003
The General License Agreement grants the former a right-of-way license to build a trail alongside a light rail corridor.
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GreenWays Initiative: Planning for Detroit’s Rail-Trails
October 01, 2002
This study of abandoned rail corridors provides a detailed look at the remaining corridors in Detroit and evaluates their prospects for rail-trail conversion.
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Rails-with-Trails: Lessons Learned
August 01, 2002
Rails-with-Trails: Lessons Learned