In The News


  • September, 2017

  • Orangetown to count, accommodate cyclists

    Hudson Valley article covering the increasing amount of bicycle traffic in the Orangetown/Nyack region and the comprehensive cycling plan PTNY has been hired to conduct.

  • Street Beat: Orangetown Bicycling — Counts

    Nyack News & Views

    Online publication in Rockland County covering PTNY's role in a grant-funded bike study. PTNY was awarded the opportunity to lead the study and will be conducting the town meeting as mentioned.

  • August, 2017

  • Letter: State should emulate N.Y. bicycle tour

    The Berkshire Eagle

    A short blurb from a 2017 Cycle the Erie Canal Tour rider to her local Massachusetts newspaper suggesting her state uses the success of the Erie Canalway Trail as an example for future projects.

  • July, 2017

  • Erie Canal bike tour finishes in Albany (VIDEO)

    WNYT--NBC Channel 13, Albany

  • Erie Canal cycling tour reaches finish line in Albany

    Albany Times Union

  • Erie Canal Bicycle Tour Marks 19th Year

    Daily Gazette

  • Cycle the Erie riders make Oneida stop today

    Oneida Daily Dispatch

  • 650 cyclists to arrive in Mohawk Valley

    Herkimer Times Telegram

  • Cyclists crossing state along Erie Canal make stop in Rochester

    WHEC--NBC Channel 10, Rochester

  • Cycle the Erie Canal Tour Arrives In Rochester

    WHAM--ABC Channel 13, Rochester

  • Cycle the Erie Canal Riders Drop in at Holley

    The Daily News of Wyoming, Orleans, and Genesee Counties

  • Cyclists Take 'Scenic Route' for Erie Canal's Birthday (VIDEO)

    Spectrum News

  • June, 2017

  • An Actual Pathway to Better Health in Albany

    Huffington Post

    A reporter who frequently visits Albany, NY speaks with a staff member from Parks & Trails NY about the Corning Preserve (the location of one of the end points of the Erie Canal Trail) and its accessibility to the rest of the city.

  • May, 2017

  • 'Bike Friendly' Program Launched for Erie Canalway Trail

    U.S. News and World Report

    Parks and Trails New York and officials from the state Canal Corp. introduced the Bike Friendly New York program during an event Tuesday in Schenectady's historic Stockade District along the Mohawk River.

  • Schenectady hotel first to gain bike-friendly designation

    Daily Gazette

    A Schenectady hotel will receive the first bicycle-friendly business designation in the city Tuesday as state officials and trail advocates kick off their effort to boost tourism on the trail network being expanded across the state.

  • Governor Cuomo Announces Thousands Of New Yorkers Participate In Sixth Annual "I Love My Park Day"

    Albany, NY - Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that thousands of volunteers will participate today in the sixth annual “I Love My Park Day,” helping with community clean-up, beautification and stewardship events at more than 125 state parks, historic sites and public lands across New York.

  • Friends of Letchworth clean up the park on Saturday

    Batavia Daily News

    LETCHWORTH — Armed with gloves, garden equipment, buckets and warm clothes, volunteers marched through Letchworth State Park, pulling out weeds and raking up leaves and debris. Saturday was the sixth annual “I Love My Park Day,” and about 100 people came to “celebrate” at Letchworth State Park, helping with landscaping and cleaning up the park.

  • AT&T supports I Love My Park Day

    The Harlem Valley News

    Coverage of the 6th annual "I Love My Park Day" event at the Walkway Over the Hudson with quotes from the president of the non-profit Employee Resource Group, Women of AT&T Hudson Valley. AT&T is the premier sponsor of I Love My Park Day.

  • PARK DAY: Volunteer to clean, enhance local parks

    PressConnects, Press & Sun-Bulletin

    On Saturday, parks across New York where many often gather to relax will be filled with people hard at work. Volunteers will be clearing brush, picking up litter and spreading gravel at area parks as part of I Love My Park Day.

  • I Love My Park Day events being held across NY

    ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – The state is kicking off the annual I Love My Park Day. More than 8,000 volunteers of all ages will help improve more than 125 parks, historic sites, and public lands. The projects include general park clean-up, invasive species removal, planting and installing benches and picnic tables. The state has set up a map where you can find all kinds of information on where events are taking place and at what time.