Unused train track corridors are being converted into paved, multiuse trails for pedestrians and non-motorized vehicles throughout the state as part of Florida’s $25-million-per-year SUN Trail program.
Unused train track corridors are being converted into paved, multiuse trails for pedestrians and non-motorized vehicles throughout the state as part of Florida’s $25-million-per-year SUN Trail program. JESSE SCHECKNER South Florida News Service
Unused train track corridors are being converted into paved, multiuse trails for pedestrians and non-motorized vehicles throughout the state as part of Florida’s $25-million-per-year SUN Trail program. JESSE SCHECKNER South Florida News Service

Planned South Beach trail part of larger regional and statewide project

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