New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo proposes to build two greenway trails that will crisscross the country and get to Canada as final destination. According to Governor this plan is for tourism purposes. The transportation must create a hiking and biking paradise experience. For people that only go to New York City, now is able to visit other parts of the state and abroad.
Gov. Cuomo shared to the new yorkers a national tourism plan. The greenways are existent in San Francisco. Spaces where people can cross this trails wether is biking, hiking or pushing a baby stroller. Governor talked about complete a 750 miles paved route for the greenway trails.
A route from Manhattan to Canada and from Albany to Buffalo that completes the mentioned distance.
Basically the idea of this project, quoting Cuomo's announcement, "We want to build the largest multi-use trail in the nation,"according to Skift News. In a public speech gave on Tuesday at Westchester County.
The financial aspects also were mentioned at the speech. The cost of this investment will be $ 200 million to spend for 350 miles in gabs construction over the existent to connect and create a large trail.
Cuomo's said that the project will be named the "Empire State Trail", shares Adirondack daily enterprise News .
The plan includes a total revenue for the communities so the strategy for the actual greenway conditions. Like the existing "Erie Canalway" and the Hudson River Valley Greenway.
For Canada the route comes from the Lake Champlain but the project is looking to complete from Manhattan to end in the same country.
Closest communities to the actual greenway areas also responded. People in San Francisco, a current user of the greenway trail in Saranac Lake, said about Gov. plan, "They're a great way to promote health and well-being as well as help local economies." relates as well Fox News .
Even the plan seems ambitious and beneficial for the American people must be approved by the senate.
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