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Livable Streets

East Coast Greenway Alliance A project to create nearly a 3,000-mile urban path linking the major cities of the Atlantic coast of the United States, from Calais, Maine, to Key West, Florida, for non-motorized human transportation.
Northern Strand Community Trail A 9-mile bicycle path and walking trail which will connect the cities of Everett, Malden, Revere, Saugus, and Lynn, Massachusetts along the former Boston & Maine Railroad’s Saugus Branch Railroad. In Massachusetts, the Northern Strand Community Trail forms a critical link in the continuous off-road sections of the East Coast Greenway. The path has been planned under the direction of Bike to the Sea
Border to Boston Trail A 28-mile non-motorized, multi-use rail trail from the New Hampshire border to to Danvers in Essex County on Boston’s North Shore.  Salisbury to Peabody, with over 10 miles now open. Essex National Heritage Area is working to expedite development of this trail by supporting a regional partnership composed of local advocates, municipal officials, MassDOT, Merrimack Valley Planning Commission, Metropolitan Area Planning Council, and National Grid.  Community links:  Salsibury, Newburyport, Georgetown, Boxford, Topsfield, Danvers, and Peabody.
Coast Trails Coalition A non-profit organization who assists in the development, promotion, and stewardship of the Coastal Trails Network, a 30-mile public system of bicycle and pedestrian trails connecting the Massachusetts communities of Amesbury, Newbury, Newburyport and Salisbury.
Green Routes Coalition An evolving coalition of advocates, public officials, and interested citizens working together to support the creation of an eastern Massachusetts network of non-motorized greenways suitable for functional travel and recreational use.
Livable Streets An advocate for biking, walking, and transit — creating safe streets and vibrant communities — to make the Boston region a better place to live, work, and play.
Free Walkers A social network for individuals interested in participating in distance walking events. The group is free and open to everyone.  Originating in New Jersey and New York, they have expanded their boundaries to Washington DC, Connecticut and a new venture in Boston.  Aligned with the East Coast Greenway Alliance
Somerville Community Path  A group of citizens in Somerville who are advocating to extend a well-loved Somerville path 2.5 miles from its current ending at Cedar Street in Somerville to the Charles River paths.
Mass Paths An informative website of a network of paths for human-powered vehicles.
Bike to the Sea  Established in 1993, B2C is a non-profit that promotes bicycling and bicycles safety in the Malden area.  In addition, it promotes the development of a bicycle and pedestrian trail from the Malden area to the beaches of Lynn and Revere.

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