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Sometimes called the urban Appalachian trail more than a million people a year pass along some -- of the East Coast green way.
A 2900 mile biking and walking path that runs from Key West, Florida to -- Canadian border.
Crossing -- dozens of cities and towns on sidewalks old rail lines roads and yes green hues and now one of the most challenging parts of the -- a two mile stretch between Jersey City and Newark, New Jersey is officially open.
Now people can exploited through this important -- -- it's not the prettiest area like right here in terms of tree cover and that's their thing.
But it's a very important -- for New Jersey and really for the whole main floor board.
And while part of the -- is green like this section behind me here in Jersey City weaving between the two cities you might see less green.
And more regrets as writers have to hop on to this highway.
There right away issue is is probably the biggest hurdle that we had to face you'll see -- -- the -- that we build here along truck -- won -- ninth it's very narrow.
We would've liked to seen -- wider.
But because of this -- -- an area is it is tough -- it was probably our our our biggest hurdle is this just finding a way to get it through this area.
Project backers believe the Jersey City -- beats the alternative previous option of having -- pack up their bikes and portraying the new work into New York City.
The -- concept which originated in New York City twenty years ago is one of the largest public projects being developed in the country.
We -- to connect.
People so they can see the -- in the lobster man all the way down the manatees no alligators in Florida.
The best blueberry -- for the best -- The nonprofit organization's goal to build fifty miles of new paths a year.
In Jersey City, New Jersey Julie Banderas Fox News.
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