Note: As of January 1, 2008, the Active Living Network is no longer operational. To stay connected to the active living movement, visit RWJF's related national programs: http://www.rwjf.org/programareas/npolist.jsp?pid=1138.
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Project Activities: Building Trails & Trail Improvements

The Active Living Partnership at Stapleton (ALPS) promotes and studies the benefits of healthy community design in Stapleton and the surrounding neighborhoods. Over the next 15 to 20 years, the cit ...

The Arkansas River Trail has been designed and designated as a .place for all people.. Approximately 11.5 miles of the planned 24 miles have been completed, allowing walkers, bicyclists, skaters, s ...

Overwhelming community support in Brunswick, combined with grants from the Land for Maine's Future Board and contributions from state agencies, environmental groups and private foundations, has ...

Development on the 1.6-mile trail began in the spring of 1998 in Wilson, Wyoming. The trail connects neighborhoods as well as the Jackson Hole Ski Resort and Grand Teton National Park with the Tet ...

Trust for Public Land (TPL) helped establish this 14-mile hiking and biking trail through Baltimore City that follows the Gwynns Falls stream valley from Leakin Park near historic Franklintown thro ...

The expansive and scenic trail provides proximity to many historical monuments such as Mount Rushmore and the Crazy Horse Monument. It cuts through steep hillsides, granite slab cliffs, Ponderosa p ...

The Ames Transportation Master Plan considers the challenges and opportunities facing Ames, Iowa, over the next 20 years, and it recommends goals, objectives, policies and improvements to prepare t ...

The restoration of the Cabo Rojo Lighthouse, built originally by the Spanish in 1882, was the first phase in the enhancement of the National Wildlife Refuge in the Southwestern corner of Puerto Ric ...

The Greenbelt Walkway is a 2.3-mile pedestrian/bicycling path that connects to a larger 104-plus-mile corridor that runs through central Maine. The extension upgrade of a footpath along Pleasant ...

In June of 2003, a Walking workshop was held to focus on improvements to Highway 57. The highway lies next to a popular recreational trail that is 16 miles long and runs from Green Bay through Allo ...

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