Applauding N.J. for its work on 3,000-mile bike path

Times of Trenton

August 23, 2016
in Bike Pedestrian

Picture this, bicycle enthusiasts and fitness fans: A 3,000-mile path wending its way from the upper reaches of Maine to the southernmost tip of Florida, offering mostly traffic-tree sailing along the way.

It’s far from a done deal yet, but if the East Coast Greenway Alliance has its way, it might well happen in our lifetimes.

The North Carolina-based nonprofit has been teaming up with local partners, including the Mercer County Parks Commission and the Department of Public Works, to link together existing trails and paths into one continuous route for cycling.

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