Mountain Division Rail Study (2007)

Mountain Division Rail Study (2007)

The purpose of this Report is to investigate the present condition, potential use of and probable implementation costs for freight and/or passenger services on the 50 mile Mountain Division Rail Corridor within Maine and a 10 mile segment within New Hampshire, to...
Rails-with-Trails: Lessons Learned (US DOT, 2002)

Rails-with-Trails: Lessons Learned (US DOT, 2002)

Prepared by the U.S. Department of Transportation in 2002, near the beginning of the Rail-with-Trail movement, this comprehensive report provides information and recommendations on the feasibility, potential benefits, legislation, liability, planning, designing, operation, and maintenance of rails-with-trails, and has been a helpful go-to guide for trail planners over the past decade and a half.

America’s Rails-with-Trails Report (Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, 2013)

America’s Rails-with-Trails Report (Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, 2013)

Rails-to-Trails Conservancy (RTC) produced this report to provide updated information on national rail-with-trail trends. It provides a collection of data, examples and practical tools to assist trail planners and advocates in increasing awareness of the rail-with-trail concept, and advancing local and state policies and practices that support rail-with-trail development.

What’s your opinion?

What’s your opinion?

We are excited to have a diverse group of companies, individuals and organizations as members of the Portland West Rail + Trail Alliance. Each has a unique reason for joining: from concerns over growing problems with traffic congestion going into and out of the...