The report may be viewed and downloaded from http://www.pointrichmond.com/baytrail/pdfs/2016NYReport.pdf.
This upbeat, colorful report features remarkable advances made during 2015 toward completing the San Francisco Bay Trail in Richmond. The city now has over 32 miles of Bay Trail built -- more than any other city on this planned 500-mile walking and cycling route encircling San Francisco and San Pablo Bays. Moreover, nine projects now underway promise to complete seven additional miles of Bay Trail in Richmond and 4.3 miles across the Richmond/San Rafael Bridge by late 2017.
Please share the report with your friends and neighbors by forwarding this email or by printing it for display in your home and office. They may join you in receiving news about Bay Trail events and progress by emailing email@example.com.
For maps, the calendar of events and other information about the Bay Trail in Richmond, please visit TRAC’s award-winning website designed and maintained by David Moore of Sincere Design. TRAC greatly appreciates your support for completing the Bay Trail.
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City of Richmond Bay Trail: http://www.ci.richmond.ca.us/TRAC
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