The November issue of the American Planning Association's Planning Magazine features the 30th anniversary of the San Franc
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News and Stories
San Francisco Bay Trail Anniversary Gets National Attention
Bay Trail Contest Winner gets "lost in the actual beauty of the Bay.”
Maxwell Corleone of Hayward first explored the San Francisco Bay Trail through a middle school science club biking from the San Leandro Marina to the Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center without e
San Francisco Bay Trail Announces “Share Your 30” Contest
In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the San Francisco Bay Trail, the San Francisco Bay Trail Project is launching a “Share Your 30” contest to inspire Bay Area residents and visitors to get out on the trail, discover and share Bay Trail adventures, and compete to win prizes.
Bay Trail Summit: Envisioning a Complete San Francisco Bay Trail
Bay Area planners, advocates and decision-makers gathered in late September to discuss a vision they all share for a completed Bay Trail - 500 continuous miles of shoreline paths ringing the entire
Smart Phone Audio Tour Showcases Accessible San Francisco Bay Trail
The San Francisco Bay Trail Project launched an innovative free smart phone audio tour app to guide trail enthusiasts along segments of the Bay Trail.
New Bay Trail On Tour
The launch of Bay Trail on Tour is an invitation to download and enjoy five or more free smart phone audio tours while walking segments of the Bay Trail.
The San Francisco Bay Trail Now Connects Oakland to Yerba Buena Island
For the first time in history, pedestrians and cyclists have the chance to travel across the new East Span of the Bay Bridge using the new San Francisco Bay Trail from Oakland to Yerba Buena Island
New 2.5-mile segment of Bay Trail to open at Sears Point
Public invited to celebration & ribbon-cutting ceremony at site of Sears Point Wetland Restoration Project
New Map Cards Unlock Commute Routes and Recreation Destinations On The San Francisco Bay Trail
Discover 345 miles of walking and biking trails and explore the shoreline with updated Bay Trail Map Cards and a new Bay Trail Website (http://www.baytrail.org)