On August 1, 2020, the Washington Post published an article about the Transportation Planning Board’s newly approved National Capital Trail Network. Read the full article here: https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/trafficandcommuting/government-officials-adopt-plan-to-expand-washington-region-trail-network-to-1400-miles/2020/08/01/f651239c-d32e-11ea-9038-af089b63ac21_story.html
In December, 2019, The Washington Post published an article highlighting the Capital Trails Coalition and what it will take to complete the trail network!
Meet Our New Trails Coalition Manager, Stephanie Piperno! Five years ago, I moved to Washington, D.C. after graduating from Davidson College. I attended Davidson College to play soccer and majored in Environmental Studies. My passion for the environment began at […]
On Thursday, November 15th, we held the sixth annual Capital Trails Symposium at Trinity Washington University. And we had some exciting things to share this year.
Join in a Day of Service for Martin Luther King Jr Day on the Capital Trails Network.
WASHINGTON, DC – January 11, 2019 – The Capital Trails Coalition applauds the recent Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority’s (WMATA) decision to allow bicycles on Metrorail trains at all hours of operation.
WASHINGTON, DC — The National Capital Transportation Planning Board (TPB) voted Wednesday to approve actions to expand its National Capital Trail to a broader trail network, including the trails identified by the Capital Trails Coalition.
WASHINGTON, DC — The Capital Trails Coalition today released a list of the 40 featured trail projects which comprise the most critical gaps in the network known as the Capital Trails Network which covers Washington DC, Prince George’s County, Montgomery […]
Anacostia River Trail The Anacostia River Trail (ART) was developed as part of the decades-long Anacostia Waterfront Initiative, connecting riverfront communities to each other and to recreational opportunities along the river. Only 4.2 miles of 24 have yet to be […]
Metropolitan Branch Trail One of the region’s best urban trails The Metropolitan Branch Trail (MBT) is a multi-phased project that, once complete, will span 8+ miles, connecting the Silver Spring Transit Center with Union Station in DC. The MBT will […]