Category Archive: commuter trails

Jul 10

U.S. 36 Bikeway Update

Boulder to Denver Bikeway I really want to give you some good news about the trail formerly known as the Boulder to Denver Bikeway. I was hoping  that “phase 1” of the cycleway would be completed by now. But alas, I suppose if they’re having this much trouble figuring out what to call the bike …

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Jan 16

Safe Community Paths are the Answer

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Walking to School Isn’t Inherently Dangerous Parents in Maryland are being investigated because they let their elementary children walk a mile home from school. If they really believe that the community isn’t safe for walking, then they should be using their time and resources to build safe community trails rather than hassling parents for doing …

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Jan 25

Minneapolis Midtown Greenway

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Commuting Trails & Recreational Trails Trails are fantastic recreational resources that help people get outdoors, stay in shape and have lots of fun. But it’s important to note that trails are more than just fun. They are becoming an important part of the commuting infrastructure of many cities also. For example, the Colorado Department of Transportations …

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Permanent link to this article: http://trailsnet.com/2013/01/25/minneapolis-midtown-greenway/

May 20

About Trailsnet

The “about” page on the trailsnet website has been completely rewritten and revamped. Below is the text of the page so those of you blog readers can become more familiar with the website: about trailsnet.com – If you want to find a trail on the internet, trailsnet is the place to look. We have a …

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