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ECG Kiosk in Brunswick, ME.

ECG Graphics


ECG Graphic Standards Manual

East Coast Greenway and East Coast Greenway Alliance logos may be used with permission from ECGA. To download a graphic, right click on a PC or control-click on a Mac. All logos are JPG versions. If you need an EPS version, please request this when seeking ECGA permission for logo use.



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ECG Photos

You can view and download available photos in the Photo Gallery . There are many photos available of signage, bridges, and different types of trails. If you need a higher resolution version, or need help locating a specific type of photo, please contact us.


Trail construction is usually organized by local or state agencies or volunteers. Here, a boardwalk and road connections are being built on the White Oak Creek Greenway in Cary, NC.


ECG Trail Development Resources

ECG Trail Designation Resources

ECGA Chamber of Commerce

The ECGA Chamber of Commerce has listings of many trail development services that may be of use to trail builders. Visit the Chamber to learn more.


Recommended Resources

Trail studies

These include studies on economic impact, crime, and more.


We are collecting data and information on bridges along the ECG and other trails. We will post these soon!

This Toolkit is designed for people involved in planning, designing, building, and managing the trails that comprise the East Coast Greenway. The Toolkit provides an array of materials to help you in your work, including documents specific to the East Coast Greenway and resources about trail development in general. Our goal is keep this Toolbox current and comprehensive. If you have a recommendation for a resource to add to this Toolbox, please let us know at:






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