Capital Trails Coalition Winter Newsletter: Membership Meeting, More Trails, & More Community Engagement
Summer intern Keon shares his experience & take-aways after riding on Prince George’s County trails.
Anyone who has walked or biked New York Avenue NE east of Florida Ave will agree that the current loud, fast, car-centric conditions make it an uninviting place for people walking and biking. Frankly, it’s a pretty unpleasant road even when you’re inside a car. The […]
Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission’s (M-NCPPC) Prince George’s County Department of Parks & Recreation, Montgomery Parks and the District Department of Transportation receive $25 million to fix and build trails in underserved communities.
We’ve been busy this spring, celebrating new trail segments, and engaging with locals and elected officials about the value of trails. Read more about activities across the region!
Check out a snippet of what we’ve been up to so far this year.
Members of Congress Score Significant Federal Investment for the Capital Trails Network and Region’s Trails, Walking and Biking Infrastructure
It’s been a busy summer and start of fall for the Capital Trails Coalition! Read more in our October newsletter.
Priority trail projects won critical federal funding, a huge boost to the regional trail network.
CTC’s official comments to NPS re: permanent closure of upper Beach Drive.