As part of the project, ten maps were created that show where the path might go. The summary map shows the general trail and indicates the blocks for the other nine, detailed maps. Segment 1, Segment 2, Segment 3, Segment 4, Segment 5, Segment 6, Segment 7, Segment 8, Segment 9.
The final report details the history and process of the study. Overall, the concept appears to be quite possible. Of course, the study revealed some barriers that will take significant time and effort to overcome: large wetlands, high-traffic arterial highways, privately held lands, and areas of dense residential development. The study also revealed that some stretches could be constructed in short order. Strafford Regional Planning Commission was a partner in the the feasibility study. Click here for a poster that provides an overview.
The LRAC is seeking partners who are interested in continuing to develop this concept into a working trail. Interested persons or organizations can email Sharon Meeker or call her at 603-659-5441.