Greenways

The Reseda River Loop is a multi-phase effort to create safe, usable open spaces for local residents to walk, jog, bike and explore nature close to home.

The Lafitte Greenway is one of the city's most promising and exciting new parks. This 2.6 mile bike and pedestrian path stretches through some of New Orleans' most historic neighborhoods including the French Quarter, Treme, Mid-City and Bayou St. John.

In the once polluted and uninviting shoreline of the Miami River, The Trust for Public Land saw an opportunity to connect communities to the water—and each other.

The 606 is an innovative project on Chicago's Northwest side that has transformed nearly three miles of unused rail line into the elevated Bloomingdale Trail, which will be linked to six ground-level neighborhood parks.

In the fall of 2007, The Trust for Public Land completed a series of conservation acquisitions for the Houston Parks Board, establishing a new park with a linear hike-and-bike trail along Brays Bayou in the East End.

Since 1994, The Trust for Public Land has worked with the City of Chattanooga, acquiring land and easements to create a large system of parks and greenways.

Since 1994, The Trust for Public Land has worked with the City of Chattanooga to create a large system of parks and greenways.

Since 1994, The Trust for Public Land has worked with the City of Chattanooga, acquiring land and easements to create a large system of parks and greenways. In the south, a section winds along the creek corridor from Camp Jordan northward to the Tennessee... Read more

Meandering for 75 miles through Houston and surrounding Harris County, Buffalo Bayou is an important open space resource. But residents of the crowded East End of Houston enjoy little access to the historic waterway, where the battle of San Jacinto was... Read more

The Trust for Public Land has facilitated the purchase of more than 46 acres of land in Upper Freehold Township to be added to a growing greenbelt around the historic Borough of... Read more

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