State of the Greenway Summit on May 1st

by | April 27, 2015 | Biking in Philly, Biking the Suburbs, The Circuit | 0 comments

2015 ECG Spring Summit InvitationOn May 1st, the East Coast Greenway Association is hosting its national summit here in Philadelphia at Lloyd Hall on Boathouse Row form 9am-4:45pm, followed by a reception from 5-7pm.

The East Coast Greenway Alliance will be recognizing Philadelphia’s leadership in trail development; showcasing the new, world-class sections of the East Coast Greenway in the City; and sharing updates on our progress along the 2,900-mile route from Maine to Florida, including model projects in Philadelphia and other cities.

Speakers include:

  • Leslie Richards, Secretary, PennDOT
  • Diane Ellis-Marseglio, Commissioner, DVRPC
  • Mark Focht, Deputy Commissioner, Philadelphia Parks & Recreation
  • Dennis Markatos-Soriano, Executive Director, East Coast Greenway Alliance
  • Alex Doty, Executive Director, Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia
  • Andrew Johnson, Watershed Protection Program Director, William Penn Foundation

Following the Summit, walk to the waterfront reception on the Schuylkill Banks!

Summit program & reception are open to the public

Registration is $10 for ECGA members; $20 for non-members.

To learn more visit or purchase tickets here.


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