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A paved trail between the Beltway and route 29 would be really nice, but I am betting it won't happen. There are two spots with cliffs/large rocks that would provide a construction challenge. And I get the sense that locals value the natural feel (narrow dirt trail) of the route. A safer crossing of route 29 would be a big step forward though. Between Wheaton Park and 29 there is a trail on both sides of the creek; the one on the west side is flatter and would be more conducive to paving.

A natural surface trail from Randolph Road near Wheaton Stables up to Bonifant Rd north of the ICC is built, and it connects to Poplar Run.

Please leave a natural surface trail at Northwest Branch. Its really a natural gem of a place in close Montgomery County.

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