Eighteen members of Congress from nine states and Washington, D.C., have collectively submitted over $150 million in funding requests to plan, design and construct segments of the East Coast Greenway via home-state earmarks.
Please join us in thanking these Members of Congress!
The diligence of East Coast Greenway staff members in meeting with and educating federal leaders on the opportunities in their district played a key role this effort. These funding requests, for 20 different Greenway segments, are a huge step forward and a tangible demonstration of the need for a national Greenway Stimulus that prioritizes infrastructure, equity and jobs.
Thank you to the following Members of Congress (listed north to south) for their support of East Coast Greenway funding requests:
Highlights of East Coast Greenway projects submitted as part of community funding and member designated transportation requests:
As recently covered by the Portland Press Herald, final design for 11 miles of the Eastern Trail (Kennebunk, Wells and North Berwick)
Planning and design for 7 miles of the Border to Boston Trail (Newbury, Boxford, Peabody, Salem and Marblehead)
Construction for complete streets (Lynn)
Construction for Peabody Canal Riverwalk (Peabody)
Construction for Boston Street Improvement Project (Salem and Peabody)
Construction of Mystic River Bike/Ped Bridge (Somerville and Boston)
Construction of Trestle Trail (Coventry)
Construction of Woonasquatucket Greenway Project (Providence)
Construction of Farmington Canal Heritage Trail (Avon)
Construction of Quinebaug River Trail (Plainfield)
Construction of Hudson River Trail (New York City)
Design of Cobbs Creek Parkway Multimodal Improvements (Philadelphia)
Construction of Tacony-Holmesburg Trail (Philadelphia)
Planning, design and construction of multiple segments in the Baltimore Greenway Trails Network
Design of Arboretum Bridge and Trail
Development of the Fall Line Trail from Ashland to Petersburg
Route 31 bicycle accommodations project in Surry
Final design and construction of Durham Beltline
Design and acquisition of South Tar River Greenway Phase 2 (Greenville)
We'll send monthly updates on East Coast Greenway progress and people.
Your support helps to develop this ambitious, 3,000-mile route, Canada to Key West. Your membership gift builds more protected miles that we can all enjoy, today and for generations to come.