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Baltimore Greenway Trails Coalition

The Baltimore Greenway Trails Coalition seeks to build a 35-mile urban trail network connecting existing trails to disconnected neighborhoods throughout Baltimore to each other, to parks, to anchor institutions, and to the downtown core. A pilot project will focus on building community awareness and political support on a key trail gap in West Baltimore. The Coalition brings together a wide array of partners—from transportation professionals, public agencies, anchor institutions, the public health sector and community development organizations to open space advocates—to address health inequity and safety in transportation infrastructure.

Learn more about our impact:

Success Story: April 2017                          Success Story: October 2016                   Fact sheet: April 2016

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Coalition Members

Rails-to-Trails Conservancy
Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks
Citizens Planning and Housing Association
Parks & People Foundation
Baltimore City Department of Planning
Baltimore City Health Department
Central Maryland Transportation Alliance
Maryland Chapter of the American Planning Association
New Public Spaces
BMore Streets for People

Pictures courtesy of Graham Projects LLC and Baltimore Greenway Trails Coalition