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Building a 3,000 Mile Bike Trail From Maine to Florida

Building a 3,000 Mile Bike Trail From Maine to Florida

© East Coast Greenway Alliance If you think highways and flight paths are the only ways to travel long distances in the United States, check out the East Coast Greenway . The network of bike trails and bikeable roads stretches nearly 3,000 miles down the eastern seaboard, from Maine's border with Canada to Key West, Florida. In the works since 1991, the route is officially complete, but still very much a work in progress. The goal of the East Coast Greenway Alliance (ECGA) is to have it run entirely on dedicated traffic-free trails, but at this point, nearly three quarters is on regular, if calm, roads. © East Coast Greenway Alliance The ECGA does not create the trails itself, but rather works with local organizations and agencies in the fifteen states it traverses to bring route sections together and to ensure that they all meet the proper criteria . If you live on the Ea...

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