Tag Archive for Bicycle tourism

Streetsblog: “Why It Makes Sense to Add Biking and Walking Routes Along Active Rail Lines”

Thanks to Streetsblog for the press, albeit it was about Rails with Trails in general, but hey – we’ll take it Let’s face it – rail corridors often present themselves as potential multiple use corridors. Why? Well, read the article, but here’s a snippet: They utilize antiquated infrastructure. Many rail-trails — including the C&O Canal Towpath that stretches from the…

Something somebody said

If you hadn’t read All Over Albany’s post on High Speed Rail, Thinking about high-speed rail in New York, give it a read. It’s a great article. Perhaps the most fascinating portion of the article didn’t reference the bridge at all… “I look at my own daughter, who has a driver’s license but doesn’t drive, just doesn’t like to drive. Doesn’t own…