Congressional stamp of approval expected to boost 1,300-mile long Sept. 11th National Memorial Trail MARY ANN THOMAS   | Tuesday, July 2, 2019 5:24 p.m. – Original Article HERE The likely passage of U.S. Senate and House bills are expected to boost continued development of the 1,300-mile-long September 11th National Memorial Trail connecting all three plane crash memorial sites in […]

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Editorial: Recognizing the September 11 Memorial Trail Original Post July 3, 2019 Found HERE U.S. Sens. Mark Warner, D-Va., and Pat Toomey, R-Pa., have collaborated on a resolution that aims to recognize the 1,300-mile September 11th National Memorial Trail (NMT). The multiuse trail, first envisioned by Virginian David Brickley just days after the tragedy, is […]

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – JULY 2, 2019Contact: Thomas Baxter412.559.0806tbaxter@911trail.org United States Senate and House of Representatives Supporting the September 11th National Memorial Washington DC. — The September 11th National Memorial Trail Alliance received a major boost from both the United States Senate and House of Representatives in support of the September 11 th National Memorial […]

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View the PDF HERE STORY BY DAN D’AMBROSIO PHOTOS BY JARROD BUNK On September 11, 2001, former New York City fireman Tim Brown was about 30 feet from Tower One of the World Trade Center when it collapsed into a maelstrom of toxic dust and materials. Brown was no longer a fireman on 9/11, but […]

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Register today to join us in Bethlehem, PA for the 2018 Eastern Pennsylvania Greenways & Trails Summit  October 1st & 2nd with recreational activities on Sunday September 30    The Summit Planning Committee invites all professionals, advocates, and organizers from outdoor recreation, health, conservation, and planning professions, as well as municipal officials, to register now […]

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Click HERE for original article Hometown Hero: Forest for healing By: David Winzelberg August 28, 2018 John Sferazo and his fellow ironworkers spent several weeks at Ground Zero clearing steel beams, chunks of concrete, office furniture and dozens of crushed fire trucks and police cars in the wake of the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center […]

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September 11 National Memorial Trail Alliance Visit’s Flight 93 National Memorial On April 15, a small group of cyclists came riding into Flight 93 National Memorial dressed in red, white and blue. The September 11 National Memorial Trail Alliance Board of Directors led the first-ever complete bike ride connecting the three 9/11 memorial locations. The […]

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Original Article Found HERE Dahlgren Rail Trail Added to National Recreation Trail Program The Dahlgren Rail Heritage Trail in King George County has been named a National Recreational Trail by the US Department of the Interior.  The trail was also added to the Potomac Heritage Trail Network at a ceremony held in King George, Virginia on June […]

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Maryland’s WB&A Trail Posted 06/13/18 by Laura Stark in America’s Trails, Health and Wellness, Trail Use Maryland’s WB&A Trail | Photo by Glenn Gunter Trail of the Month: June 2018 “An interesting characteristic of this trail is that it touches everything.” —Jon Korin, chair of the Anne Arundel County Bicycle Advisory Commission The stars seem aligned for Maryland’s WB&A Trail, a […]

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