SPUR Forum: Charting Course on the Bay Trail

From SPUR:

Image courtesy of Flickr user Victor Solanoy.

With over 340 miles currently built, the San Francisco Bay Trail, a shoreline walking and bicycling path that will one day encircle the Bay, is two-thirds complete. However, key portions are still missing around the region to make the trail a truly connected experience for users. Come hear about the history of the project, its current status and the hurdles it will need to surmount before it can be deemed complete.

+ Corinne DeBra / Walking the Bay
Laura Thompson / Association of Bay Area Governments

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