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 […]
WB&A Extension Trail Making MD 704 bike and pedestrian-friendly This project would extend the existing WB&A Trail southwest from Annapolis Road in Prince George’s County to the DC/MD border, using the former WB&A Railroad right-of-way (which currently lies along Martin […]
New York Avenue Trail Providing better bike and pedestrian access to Ward 5 Part of the New York Avenue Streetscape and Trail Project, this two-way cycle track and pedestrian path will extend from NoMa-Gallaudet University Metro Station to Bladensburg Road […]
East Capitol Street (Whitney Young Memorial) Bridge Connector Improving the connection from the Anacostia River’s banks Quick Facts Jurisdiction: DC and National Park Service Length: 0.4 miles remaining Plan Reference: MoveDC, NPS Paved Trails Plan Status: Funded The East Capitol Bridge […]