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Press Releases

ECGA National HQ Moves to the Triangle of North Carolina, April 22, 2011

2009-2010 State of the Trail Report released, reflecting remarkable progress, May 19, 2010

ECGA and Mazer Foundation team up to Improve Safety of Cyclists and Walkers in Northern New Jersey, Feb 8, 2009

Dog Hikes and Bikes Over 800 Miles to Arrive in Portland Saturday,  June 11, 2009

Let’s Connect the Parks! Local and National Trail Leaders organize Bike/Walk to raise awareness of project to link parks on National Trail Day, June 7th, June 3, 2008

Organization Creating Long-Distance Urban Trail to Meet in Wilmington May 17th and 18th, May 14, 2008

Organization Spearheading New Long-Distance Urban Trail to Visit Durham November 9th through November 12th, November 7, 2007

Nassau Trail Movement Leaders to Visit Nassau County Marth 8th and 9th, March 1, 2007

East Coast Greenway in New Hampshire Wins Support from National Park Service, January 3, 2007

East Coast Greenway Officially Open for Business – Cyclists Ride Inaugural Tour of “Urban Appalachian Trail”, 2004

First Major Public Art Installation on the East Coast Greenway: NASA boosts Maryland linear solar system project, May 14, 2004

NJDOT study unveils new trail route through North Jersey, June 2, 2004

Brompton Bicycle supports the East Coast Greenway, May 7, 2004

Breezer Bikes supports the East Coast Greenway, May 4, 2004

NJDOT, ECGA team up to bring trail through North Jersey, March 5, 2003

Senators Promote Completion of "East Coast Greenway" - Nation's First Long-Distance Urban Trail, December 16, 2002

First Hiker to Transit the East Coast Greenway in Maine Will Team up with High Wheeler for Finish Lie, September 4, 2002

First Hiker to Transit the Greenway in Maine, August 20, 2002

Middlesex Greenway (NJ) Clears Final Hurdle, April 8, 2002

ECGA Releases 2001 State of the Trail Report, 2002

ECGA 10th Anniversary Meeting and Reception, October 31, 2001

East Coast Greenway Media Tour, September 12, 2001

Historic Maine Rock Arrives in Florida – Long-distance trail link between Key West and Calais, Maine to be celebrated on June 2nd, May 25, 2001

New Bicycle Route Created for Southwest Connecticut, May 8, 2001

Amtrak Launches Bikes-on-Board Program, May 1, 2001

Gateways Event: Beginning segments of long-distance trail to be celebrated on June 2nd, April 20, 2001

East Coast Greenway Welcomes Development Director, April 6, 2001

East Coast Greenway Applauds Governor King and Commissioner Melrose, February 21, 2001

David Dionne Elected Chairman, ECGA Board of Trustees, January 12, 2001

East Coast Greenway Alliance awarded Bikes Belong Coalition Grant - East Coast Trail Network to be Advanced in Florida, September 21, 2000

Amtrak and East Coast Greenway Alliance Announce Unprecedented Link Between Bikes and Trains in 15 States and the District of Columbia, September 14, 2000

Trail Designations:

North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher Trail becomes part of the East Coast Greenway, January 3, 2008

American Tobacco Trail in Wake County becomes part of the East Coast Greenway, January 2, 2008

Northern Strand Community Trail Becomes Part of the East Coast Greenway, December 19, 2007

Woodbine Riverwalk Becomes Part of the East Coast Greenway, December 18, 2007

James F. Hall Trail Becomes Part of the East Coast Greenway, December 10, 2007

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail in Hamden Officially Designated as Part of the East Coast Greenway, April 9, 2007

Eastern Trail in Scarborough Officially Designated as Part of the East Coast Greenway, March 29, 2007

New Trail Designations!, April 8, 2002

New Trails Brought into ECG Network, September 21, 2000

ECG Media Coverage

Greenway bridge of Maine Turnpike welcomes over 700 people at its opening, September 29, 2011

Eisenhower 2.0, an article about the ECG in Harvard Magazine

County Presses Proposal for Bike Trail; New York Times, June 1, 2008

Riding the East Coast; The Wire, May 15, 2008

Group asks Rye selectmen to post Greenway signs; Union Leader, May 5, 2008

Maine-to-Florida cycling path: Seacoast expands plans; Seacoast Online, April 30, 2008

State Grant for Bike Path; Hartford Courant, April 29, 2008

Roads Less Traveled; United Hemispheres, April 2008

An Urban Appalachian Trail; Metro Sports New York, March 26, 2008

Washington is a biking capital in need of a trail; Washington Examiner, June 15, 2007

Closing Gaps; Post & Courier, March 2007

State Must Lead on Trails; Hartford Courant, November 2006

The Bicycle Diaries; GQ Magazine, September 2006

Beast of the East; Parks & Recreation, September 2006

An uptown two-wheeled version of AT; The Gainesville Sun, April 30, 2006

Tour InterviewMike and Anne Kruimer are interviewed during the 2004 Maine to Florida Tour.

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