Could a 1,650-mile trail network connect New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut?

Could a more robust system of trails be in the cards for New York City? The Regional Plan Association thinks it’s possible; the group has released a report [PDF] that proposes connecting New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut with 1,650 miles of biking, hiking, and walking trails. The report says that while all three states boast thousands of miles of trails, "they are largely disconnected from each other."

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