From Trails for Richmond Action Committee (TRAC):
Friends of the Bay Trail in Richmond,
This has been an extraordinary year for the San Francisco Bay Trail in Richmond! The City of Richmond (City) completed the long-awaited Bay Trail connection with Point Pinole Regional Shoreline, and over $4 million in grant funds were secured by the City and East Bay Regional Park District (EBRPD) to construct new and improved sections of Bay Trail. With space for social distancing, the Bay Trail became the place to go for mental refreshment and healthy exercise.
See https://www.pointrichmond.com/baytrail/TRAC_End_of%20Year_Report_2021_v2.pdf for the 22nd Bay Trail Richmond New Year Report prepared by TRAC, the Trails for Richmond Action Committee. This upbeat, colorful report summarizes recent progress toward closing gaps in the planned San Francisco Bay Trail route and improving existing sections of the Trail in Richmond.
Please share the report with your friends and neighbors by forwarding this email or by printing it. They may join you in receiving news about Bay Trail events and progress by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
For maps and other information about the Bay Trail, please visit TRAC’s new website (https://www.pointrichmond.com/bay-trail/). TRAC greatly appreciates your support for completing the Bay Trail in Richmond.
Bruce Beyaert, Chair & Bruce Brubaker, Vice Chair
TRAC Steering Committee
Photos: https://sfbaytrailinrichmond.shutterfly.com/pictures/5 .