Fall marks the launch of many state, federal and corporate workplace giving campaigns and Parks & Trails New York would love to have your support!
Parks & Trails New York is a member of EarthShare, a federation that manages workplace payroll contribution campaigns for the most respected environmental and conservation chariti…… https://www.ptny.org/newsandmedia/e-news-1/2017/10/support-through-work
Jon Thompson has joined our team focusing on trail and bike network planning in several New York communities.
PTNY is excited to bring Jon Thompson on as a Bicycle & Pedestrian Planning intern, a new position for the organization. Jon's love of the outdoors and range of research skills wi…… https://www.ptny.org/newsandmedia/e-news-1/2017/10/welcome-new-intern
PTNY has begun work on a bike network plan for the Town of Orangetown in Rockland County, using exciting new technology to gather community input and feedback.
In September PTNY began work on the Orangetown Bike Study, a community-driven bike network plan that aims to help the Rockland County community better accommodate both local cycli…… https://www.ptny.org/newsandmedia/e-news-1/2017/10/new-tools-orangetown-study
As part of the Troy Trail Connections effort, PTNY and project partners demonstrated how far a bit of paint and some planning go in transforming neighborhood streets into bike-friendly boulevards.
As part of the Troy Trail Connections effort, PTNY and project partners demonstrated how far a bit of paint and some planning go in transforming neighborhood streets into bike-fri…… https://www.ptny.org/newsandmedia/e-news-1/2017/10/little-paint-goes-long-way-troy
Progress on the Adirondack Rail Trail between Lake Placid and Tupper Lake has ceased due to a judge's ruling on what is considered a "travel corridor."
The creation of a 34-mile rail trail between Lake Placid and Tupper Lake, a project that was successfully underway after much controversy and compromise, has come to a halt. In Se…… https://www.ptny.org/newsandmedia/e-news-1/2017/10/adirondack-rail-trail