• Like Lewis and Clark Reaching the Pacific Ocean

    by  • May 25, 2012 • Transportation Trails • 0 Comments

    New Castle County is doing a heroic job building Phase 2 of the 6 mile long Wilmington – New Castle Greenway (aka the Industrial Track).  And now, like Lewis and Clark after their heroic journey, it has reached the Pacific Ocean Christina River! (Although the asphalt paving hasn’t been put down yet.)  And we have pictures!  Check these out:

     

     

     

     

    Also, please note June 7 (11AM) on your calendars:

    What: New Castle County Industrial Track Greenway Trail Ribbon Cutting

    Where:  Rt. 273-Greenways Trail Head, 903 Delaware Street, New Castle

    When:  Friday, June 8, 2012 at 2:30PM

    Contact: Kristin Dwyer, New Castle County Executive Office-395-5107

     

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    About

    James Wilson is the executive director of Bike Delaware. He is a member of the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (by whom he was named the 2014 Professional of the Year, Nonprofit Sector), the Institute of Transportation Engineers and the Delaware Bicycle Council. He serves on the board of directors of Delaware Greenways and as the co-chair of the policy committee of the Advisory Council on Walkability and Pedestrian Awareness. He holds engineering degrees from Yale University and the University of Texas at Austin and is the only registered lobbyist for cycling and walking in Delaware. He helped create, and continues to lead Bike Delaware's participation in, the Walkable Bikeable Delaware campaign. During his tenure as Bike Delaware's executive director, Delaware advanced in the national Bicycle Friendly State rankings for five years in a row, farther and faster than any other state, ever. Delaware is now officially ranked as the #3 Bicycle Friendly State in America.

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