Priority trail projects won critical federal funding, a huge boost to the regional trail network.
It’s been a busy spring and summer for the Capital Trails Coalition! Read more in our summer newsletter.
Hi all, my name is Kalli Krumpos and I’m extremely excited to help equitably expand our region’s trails as the new Capital Trails Coalition Manager!
It’s been a long winter, and so much has happened since our October newsletter! From Congress passing the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act in November to the official opening of Malcolm X Trail, there’s been a lot to celebrate. Here […]
Budget season is officially underway! While the budget process can seem daunting and overwhelming if you are not already plugged in or work as a full-time advocate, it’s a real window to shape policy. Budgets are a jurisdiction’s statement of […]
From the outset, the Capital Trails Coalition recognized the deep inequities in our urban and suburban environment and their roots in generations of unjust structural barriers, policies, practices, attitudes, language and cultural messages. Our unequal transportation system – from the […]
On January 25, 2022 the City of Alexandria Council unanimously signed the Capital Trails Coalition (CTC) Resolution, making it the fifth jurisdiction to pledge its support to complete the regional network of multi-use trails. The City of Alexandria joins Prince […]
Meet Our New Trails Coalition Coordinator, Kevin O’Brien! I arrive at WABA eager and excited to advocate for the completion and growth of a world-class network of multi-use trails. This comes after having spent several months in 2021 hiking a very […]
On October 7th, NOVA Parks, the City of Falls Church, and the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority (NVTA) held a ribbon-cutting for the newly opened dual-trail segment along the W&OD Trail! WABA’s Acting Executive Director, Kristin Frontiera, spoke enthusiastically about the […]
When the Capital Trails Coalition was founded, our goal was to serve as a entity where collaboration and coordination between public and private organizations, agencies, and neighborhood groups would thrive to advance the completion of an interconnected network of multi-use trails. […]