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Bay Trail Interactive Map Now Easier to Use

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A new Bay Trail interactive map (formerly called the Bay Trail navigational map) is now available and easier to use on desktop computers and mobile devices.

Input Needed on Future of San Francisco Bay Estuary

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The San Francisco Estuary Partnership has opened public comment on 25 actions being assessed to promote a healthy, vibrant, resilient and thriving San Francisco Estuary by 2050.

Sunday: Bay Trail Featured on OpenRoad with Doug McConnell

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The latest edition of OpenRoad with Doug McConnell will celebrate the successful growth of the San Francisco Bay Trail. OpenRoad airs this Sunday at 6:30 p.m. on NBC Bay Area.

New Bay Trail Segment Opening Friday on Peninsula

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A small section of pathway in East Palo Alto connecting more than 80 miles of San Francisco Bay Trail will have a virtual opening Friday morning. The new trail will be open to the public following the

New Bay Trail Segment Lauded

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A new segment of the Bay Trail, the Albany Beach Bay Trail behind Golden Gate Fields in Berkeley/Albany, opened in May and has garnered praise in an article in the San Francisco Chronicle. “With the

San Francisco Bay Trail Anniversary Gets National Attention

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The November issue of the American Planning Association's Planning Magazine features the 30th anniversary of the San Francisco Bay Trail. Author Timothy Beatley — an internationally recognized

Bay Trail Contest Winner gets "lost in the actual beauty of the Bay.”

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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 ever