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This is nice to see - contrasted with the usual unfounded griping and complaining about how bike trails facilitate criminal activity and excessive noise.

I think this is probably the REAL scenario behind most of these projects.

I'm sure it's great if you ignore all the crime that has accompanied the arrival of the trail.

Surely there has been a massive surge in bike-away crime, right? Right?!?

It is good to see the businesses grow along the route. I rode from Arlington to Pittsburgh in April of 1997, when they said it was only months away from completion. Once past Harpers' Ferry along the C&O, most businesses were closed for the weekend. Granted it wasn't summer yet, but I would have thought the Canal would be getting lots of tourism on the weekend, necessitating open restaurants and bike repair shops.

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