The East Coast Greenway is a little-known but totally awesome project that they are able to make this possible by establishing one continuous bicycle footpath that pulls from Florida to Maine.
So far, approximately 31 percent of the gargantuan bike direction is accomplished, and it just got a major raise with the additive of bicycle access to Maryland’s Hatem Bridge, a crucial connection that’s long been closed to cyclists. The Greenway may only be America’s best-kept secret, and we can’t wait to explore.
The project has been underway since the early 1990 s, but has really picked up steam( speak: fund) since 2010, CityLab reports. Greenway segments equestrians can tackle now include a path near Sunny Isles Ocean Walk in metro Miami and a ride along the Hudson River in New York City. Here are some spotlights from the footpath thus far 😛 TAGEND
Much of the current Greenway is made from previously subsisting motorcycle itineraries: The job relies on local government agreeing to integrate their motorcycle tracks with the larger Eastern coast Greenway plan. Bureaucrats don’t know when the entire Greenway will be completed, but when finished it will stretch 2,900 miles from one tip-off of the Eastern coast to the other.
We can’t wait to get rolling.