If there's any benefit to a greenway debate that's lasted decades, it's that we've collected a mountain of reasons why a network of connected greenways benefits the entire community. We're updating this page with opinion pieces and letters to the Carrboro Town Council so that you can share our vision with your friends and neighbors!
Greenways and Transportation
The Bolin Creek Greenway Vision
The proposed design made recommendations for 4.8 miles of trail, from Wilson Park to Homestead Park, and from Lake Hogan Farms to Buckhorn Branch.
Greenways and Accessibility
Currently, people who use wheelchairs and strollers and walkers can easily access greenways in Chapel Hill, Hillsborough, Durham, Raleigh, Charlotte and Cary — but they can’t do so along Bolin Creek in Carrboro.
Below are some letters that CLPP advocates have sent to the Carrboro Town Council. We like them because they stick to the facts, they're direct, personal, and civil in their approach, and they highlight a range of benefits of a network of connected greenways.
Want to write your own? You can email the entire Carrboro Town Council at once at firstname.lastname@example.org