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The East Coast Greenway is a developing trail system, linking many of the major cities of the Eastern Seaboard between Canada and Key West.
Nearly 30 percent of the route is already on traffic-free greenways, creating safe, accessible routes for people of all ages and abilities.
The ECG fosters healthy lifestyles, empowers sustainable transportation, and promotes tourism.
Read the most recent issue of our E-newsletter!
Download our 2013 Annual Report to read about our trail and organization progress last year.
Last chance to register for our Yankee Roundabout Bike Tour! Explore New England’s rich cultural heritage on this bicycle tour on the ECG, Sept. 21 – 27. Contact email@example.com to register.
Join us at our Fall State of the Greenway Summit, Nov. 7-8 in Charleston, SC!
Read about our recent progress, Boy Scouts building amenities for the greenway, tackling challenging sections, and more: Download our Spring/Summer 2014 Newsletter.
Help us overcome one of our biggest challenges, the Susquehanna River crossing in Maryland! Read more, and please sign the petition to show your support for safe bicycle and pedestrian access across this important waterway.
The FCHT is the route of the ECG for about 45 miles, although the overall Farmington trail will ultimately extend a total of over 80 miles, connecting Long Island Sound all the way to Northampton, MA! It is both a great tourist route and a convenient transportation route. Of the 45 miles that the ECG is routed along, over 30 are complete as asphalt trail. The long transportation history (canal, then railroad, now rail-trail) of the corridor is illustrated by the remaining canal locks and railroad infrastructure, as well as plenty of modern signage inspired by “classical”railroad signs.
Wright-Pierce has been a leader in providing water, wastewater, stormwater, and infrastructure services for public and private clients throughout the Northeast for more than 65 years. Supporting our core services are multi-disciplinary teams with capabilities in site planning and building design services, hydrogeology, GIS, and asset management. Wright-Pierce has LEED Accredited Professionals in architecture, engineering, landscape architecture and stormwater management. Founded in 1947, Wright-Pierce is employee-owned and has a staff of more than 200 located in seven offices throughout New England.