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Planned 2,900-Mile Bike Path Will Connect Maine to Florida

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The massive bike path will extend from Key West, Florida to Calais, Maine, and will open up a new way to travel.

The East Coast Greenway, as the 2,900-mile bike path will be known, will move cyclists through 25 cities across the Eastern Seaboard’s 16 states. As Unofficial Networks reported, the Greenway has been planned since the 1990s, but construction is now officially in full swing.

The bike path will run alongside nature – no motor traffic allowed, which makes it safe, viable option for cross country biking. Thus far, about one-third of the entire project has been completed.

It’s taking so long to organize the construction because its dependent on each state’s local government rulings. That means it’s at the whim of city governments and state budgets alike. However, once the trail is complete, it will be one amazing route of passage!

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Planned 2,900-Mile Bike Path Will Connect Maine to Florida