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We see it more and more these days – rail-trails as economic development assets. Cities and towns across America are developing rail-trail networks in order to make their area more attractive, drawing new residents and businesses and providing an environment where people want to live.
And it’s great to see entrepreneurs finding business opportunities connected to destination rail-trails – lodging, services and other operations are launching next to rail-trails from Maine to California.
Like this one: http://community.railstotrails.org/blogs/trailblog/archive/2013/02/21/rail-trail-an-asset-for-eco-tourism-in-the-berkshires.aspx