The Route 1 corridor’s other trail gaps


Michael Theis/Route 1 Reporter

This trail on the eastern shore of the Northeast Branch of the Anacostia in Edmonston abruptly ends south of Decatur Street.

News that Maryland highway officials are indeed closing the gap separating the southern end of the Trolley Trail from the Anacostia Tributary Trails in Hyattsville was warmly welcomed by cyclists. But that’s not the only gap in the Route 1 corridor hiker-biker trail network. Others exist that, if closed, could...
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One thought on “The Route 1 corridor’s other trail gaps

  1. There is another one between the Anacostia Trail and Levee Trail in Cottage City just north of Blandensburg Road. Also a little North of Route 1, but in Avondale there is a trail from the Avondale Park to West Hyattsville that just ends at a fence,

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