Thanks to support and funding from the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation, GObike has hired Alta Planning & Design to conduct a feasibility study for constructing an 80-mile multi-use trail in and adjacent to the Buffalo-Pittsburgh rail corridor between the City of Buffalo and the Town of Hinsdale.

 

Erie Cattaraugus Rail Trail’s 27-mile railbanked section is a valued asset that is included in this assessment.

 

 

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ECRT Announces Cannondale Bike Raffle Winners

Proceeds from fundraiser to benefit the 27-mile rail trail

Thanks to a donation from Bert’s Bikes and Fitness, ECRT has raffled off two Cannondale Treadwell 3 Lightweight Fitness Bikes - the winners drawn are Alice Williams of Buffalo and Bill Davenport from Orchard Park. 
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Erie Cattaraugus Rail Trail Inc. is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization and trail manager for the railbanked portion of the Buffalo-Pittsburgh Railway in Western NY. Over twenty-seven miles long, this railroad right-of-way connects the communities of Orchard Park, Aurora, West Falls, Colden, East Concord, Springville and West Valley, New York.

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Erie Cattaraugus Rail Trail Inc. is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization and trail manager for the railbanked portion of the Buffalo-Pittsburgh Railway in Western NY. Over twenty-seven miles long, this railroad right-of-way connects the communities of Orchard Park, Aurora, West Falls, Colden, East Concord, Springville and West Valley, New York.

ECRT VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHT: 
Volunteer Turns Bags into Dollars for ECRT
 

ECRT is blessed with so many generous volunteers who give their time and talents to this wonderful project. One extraordinary example is former Town of Boston Supervisor, Lisa Rood who turned her horse-loving hobby into a fundraiser for ECRT. 

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​Love the outdoors? Consider joining us. Your support helps our ongoing efforts to preserve the former rail corridor with the intent to develop it into a multi-use recreational trail. It also demonstrates community support to our local and state officials. All members will receive our newsletter as well as exclusive invitations to ECRT events. When you register, you'll also have the opportunity to indicate if you would like to further assist us by volunteering.

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