Rails-to-trails movement growing around U.S.

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Rails-to-trails movement growing around U.S.

Andy Lin of Seattle runs on the Burke-Gilman Trail in Seattle, one of the nation’s first rail trails. “The biggest advantage is that on these rail trails there are no cars and there are very minimal intersections, and you feel much safer and you don’t get interrupted by traffic lights,” Lin says.
Rick Wagner rides the Longleaf Trace Trail near Hattiesburg, Miss. Wagner and his family have ridden 14 rail trails around the country, and he is working with others in northern Indiana to develop a new rail trail near his home in Piercetown, Ind.

Rails-to-trails movement growing around U.S.

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Andy Lin of Seattle runs on the Burke-Gilman Trail in Seattle, one of the nation’s first rail trails. “The biggest advantage is that on these rail trails there are no cars and there are very minimal intersections, and you feel much safer and you don’t get interrupted by traffic lights,” Lin says.
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Rick Wagner rides the Longleaf Trace Trail near Hattiesburg, Miss. Wagner and his family have ridden 14 rail trails around the country, and he is working with others in northern Indiana to develop a new rail trail near his home in Piercetown, Ind.
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