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00:01:02 1 History
00:05:01 2 Route
00:05:36 3 Active segments
00:05:55 3.1 New England region
00:06:05 3.1.1 Maine
00:07:41 3.1.2 New Hampshire
00:08:16 3.1.3 Massachusetts
00:09:27 3.1.4 Rhode Island
00:10:39 3.1.5 Connecticut
00:12:41 3.2 Mid-Atlantic region
00:12:51 3.2.1 New York
00:14:50 3.2.2 New Jersey
00:16:31 3.2.3 Pennsylvania
00:18:01 3.2.4 Delaware
00:19:22 3.2.5 Maryland
00:21:21 3.2.6 District of Columbia
00:22:28 3.3 South Atlantic region
00:22:38 3.3.1 Virginia
00:24:59 3.3.2 North Carolina
00:27:26 3.3.3 South Carolina
00:28:55 3.4 Southeast region
00:29:05 3.4.1 Georgia
00:30:34 3.4.2 Florida
00:33:26 4 East Coast Greenway Alliance
00:34:53 5 Awards
00:35:43 6 See also

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The East Coast Greenway is a 3,000-mile (4,800 km) biking and walking route linking the major cities of the Atlantic coast of the United States, from Calais, Maine, to Key West, Florida. The spine route and branching complementary routes are for non-motorized human transportation for everything from local commutes to long-distance trips.
The nonprofit East Coast Greenway Alliance was created in 1991. The entire route has been selected. As of July 2017, 900 miles (1,450 km), or 32 percent of the route, is off-road on traffic-protected greenways. The vision is for the entire trail to be off-road.

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