Greensboro's Downtown Greenway to be Dedicated

An official ribbon cutting of the first completed section (~4 miles) of the Downtown Greenway will be held at 4pm on March 24th. The ribbon will be cut near the intersection of Bragg and Eugene Street, approximately 1/8 mile west from South Eugene Street beside the two large trees at the midway point on the trail. Progress also continues on the Battleground Rail-Trail (BRT), a one mile extension of the Greenway which runs through the Battleground toward Downtown and will form the western leg of the Downtown Greenway. Please see our trails & projects page for background on the BRT.

{UPDATE: Please see the 3/25 Greensboro News-Record and the Downtown Greenway site for more on the project including links to surveys where you can provide input on plans for the project.}

{UPDATE: April 16th--As part of the expansion of the Greensboro greenways, the City has developed a new logo to properly recognize that portions of the City's rail-trail are on a corridor from the Atlantic and Yadkin railroad. The Downtown Greenway and Battleground Rail-Trail will be subsumed into the Atlantic & Yadkin Greenway. Click HERE to see the new logo.