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One Mile Historic Hike 10-10-22
One Mile Historic Hike on Monday, October 10, 2022 10 a.m.Columbus/Indigenous People Holiday What a great way to spend the Columbus/Indigenous People Holiday! Join Catonsville Rails To Trails (CRTT) on the Catonsville Short Line Trail to learn about the rich history...
Short Line Trail Connection Ribbon Cutting
Join Catonsville Rails To Trails and our elected officials as we celebrate the completion of the Connection Trail.
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...
2022 Annual Meeting
Sunday March 6, 2022 – Catonsville Rails To Trails invites you to attend their Annual Meeting.
Mural restoration #8 Street Car Path is underway.
Mural restoration #8 Street Car Path is underway.Watch video on Facebook Live >News & Updates
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
In 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.
Multiple Trail Projects Slated for 2021
Catonsville 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.