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The Economic Impact of the Erie Canalway Trail

An assessment and user profile of New York's longest multi-use trail

by Parks and Trails New York


Economic Impact Of The Erie Canalway Trail Full Document


Published July 2014

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Parks & Trails New York is New York's leading statewide advocate for parks and trails, dedicated since 1985 to improving our health, economy, and quality of life through the use and enjoyment of green space.

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