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Is the NCPC looking to provide connections between river trail parks?

Possibly the Purple Line could serve as one such connector.

Connectors would be a good idea, given that East-West bike mobility is a major limitation in this area.

I had never heard of the "Capper-Crampton" parks, but I found this overview - helps explain why we have so many protected stream valleys in the region: https://www.ncpc.gov/news/item/45/

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