Creating regional trail systems in developed areas often is difficult. But across the United States, communities increasingly are providing bicycling and pedestrian trails in response to demand from residents for these amenities. When it comes to such trails, longer is almost always seen as better. But complications abound for established communities looking to add to or extend existing trails.
Local governments in the Sacramento, California, region are evaluating options to work together to create a regional trail network that will stitch together six counties and 22 cities in a bicycle-accessible network.
“Our high-level estimate is that the envisioned trail
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