== Bike-Walk Alliance of NH ==
BWA-NH Rail Trails index page
The following index is based on towns and the projects or rail trail-related organizations within that town. A separate page is devoted to each project or organization. Multiple organizations may be active within that town while working on different projects. More information will be provided as it becomes available. Inputs are welcomed from each organization as we wish to keep this rail trail section updated with the latest news. Organizations can learn from each other and the public will learn what is happening throughout New Hampshire by check this BWA-NH web site. The momentum that we see building will help connect various sections of NH rail trails for the benefit of many people.
The NH Rail Trails Coalition is the statewide organization working with all rail trail groups to share ideas, resolve issues, and speak with one voice when dealing with state agencies and departments. For more info and to get involved, please visit their web site at www.nhrailtrails.org. (NH-RTC is an affiliate of BWA-NH.)
This rail trail section is "under constant revision." Inputs from
the respective organizations, newspaper articles, maps, and photos are desired.
Comments, updates, and corrections are welcome! Contact BWA-NH at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 603.898.9926.
Rail Trail Alliance
of the Goffstown Rail Trail
Club of Hooksett sponsors trail development
Manchester Moves, Inc.
Hands Across the Merrimack
Manchester Regional Trails Alliance
City Trail Alliance
Methuen Rail Trail Alliance
River Rail Trail
Northern Rail Trail, Grafton County, NH:
Friends of Northern Rail Trail--Grafton County
Northern Rail Trail, Merrimack County, NH:
of Northern Rail Trail--Merrimack County
Salem Bike-Ped Transportation Corridor Project
Town of Salem Bike-Ped Corridor web site
Friends of Salem Bike-Ped Corridor web site
Depot Restoration Project
Windham Rail Trail Alliance
us make this rail trail section more useful
Please submit via email any additions, updates, corrections, links, or limited photos to help promote your rail trail project and share ideas with others. By working together we can make a lot more progress than working alone, and to work together those involved need to know what is happening around the state - and maybe in your neighboring town. Let BWA-NH help publicize your project and garner support from the public. There is no cost for this service - we just want to make good things happen! Here is how to contact us:
BWA-NH email address:
Postal mailing address:
Bike-Walk Alliance of NH
57 Regional Drive, Suite 6
Concord, NH 03301-8518