By Jocelyn Brumbaugh Sep 14, 2019 ORIGINAL ARTICLE HERE Leaders with the September 11th National Memorial Trail Alliance, a nonprofit organization planning the development of a 1,300-mile bicycle and pedestrian trail connecting all three 9/11 memorial sites, say they’re pleased that the U.S. Senate passed Senate Resolution 267 unanimously on Wednesday to recognize the trail […]

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See full article HERE Journalist Garrett M. Graff (@vermontgmg) is the author of The Only Plane in the Sky: An Oral History of 9/11, and a former editor of POLITICO Magazine. Nearly every American above a certain age remembers precisely where they were on September 11, 2001. For a small handful of Americans—many of them among the most […]

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NICK GARBERPittsburgh Post-GazetteAugust 7, 2019 FULL ARTICLE HERE As a memorial trail linking the three sites of the Sept. 11th terrorist attacks takes shape in Western Pennsylvania, trail organizers will hold a 24-mile bike ride next month that they hope will attract much-needed attention and funding for the 1,300-mile, multistate trail. The September 11th National […]

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Mary Ann Thomas, The Valley News-Dispatch July 09, 2019 at 01:02 PM CLICK HERE for original article 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 Shanksville, Pa., New York City and Arlington, Va. The September […]

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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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THE GREAT RIDE On Thursday, March 14, at 8:00 pm, turn to WQED to watch a magnificent presentation tracing the spectacular Pittsburgh-to-Washington, D.C. journey via the Great Allegheny Passage and C&O Canal Towpath. Follow veterans on a thru-ride and watch a group of cyclists tackle the mountains of Maryland.  Discover hidden treasures in the Laurel […]

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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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