Mural restoration #8 Street Car Path is underway.​

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Independence Day Bike Ride to Fort McHenry

Catonsville Rails To Trails 11th Annual Independence Day Bike Ride to Fort McHenry on July 4 Ride Starts sharp at 8:30 a.m. Rain or shine Catonsville Bike Shop 825 Frederick Rd. (rear) Here is the cue map for the ride: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/40002885What...

Spring Clean Up of Short Line Trail

Catonsville Rails To Trails is sponsoring a Spring Clean Up of Short Line Trail  Saturday, March 19, 2022, 9 a.m. to NoonMaiden Choice Lane & Garden Ridge Rd.For GPS purposes, use 130 Maiden Choice Ln., 21228  The Short Line Trail at Maiden Choice Lane needs a...

Volunteers rehab Catonsville railroad

Volunteers rehab Catonsville railroadWBALTV - Volunteers worked on 150 feet of the track and for them, the work was a labor of love. Watch video at WBALTV.com >News & Updates

Vandals Damage #8 Streetcar Path Mural

Vandals Damage #8 Streetcar Path MuralIn 1998, a local 14 year-old Eagle Scout, Clark LeCompte, approached CRTT and asked to create a mural on a graffiti covered wall around the Summit Park Health and Rehabilitation Center. Clark had a big idea and was very determined...

Multiple Trail Projects Slated for 2021

Multiple Trail Projects Slated for 2021Catonsville Rails To Trails (CRTT) is a 501 (c)3 non-profit that promotes pedestrian/bike friendly initiatives in the Catonsville area. Our volunteers maintain 3 miles of woodland trail while developing new trails. Here’s a...

Cycling Pocket Park – CRTT Trailhead on Frederick Rd.

Cycling Pocket Park – CRTT Trailhead on Frederick Rd.CRTT is planning a pocket park in this 35′ X 35′ area next to Bill’s Music House. CRTT has raised $4,000 from the Patapsco Heritage Greenway for this project but needs to secure $17,000 more. The park will have bike...

Spring 2021 Trail Clean Ups A Success!

Spring 2021 Trail Clean Ups A Success!CRTT did not hold clean up events in 2020 and our trails needed a good cleaning in 2021. Many thanks to the 221 volunteers who worked over 550 hours to get the trails in shape for spring and summer.News & Updates