Outdoor enthusiasts are pushing for a system of more than 50 miles of trails and related businesses between Lake Crabtree County Park and William B. Instead State Park. The land is owned by Raleigh-Durham International Airport. Here Dave Anderson of Triangle Off-Road Cyclists talks about an effort to make that vision come to life. Kathryn Trogdon ktrogdon@newsobserver.com
Outdoor enthusiasts are pushing for a system of more than 50 miles of trails and related businesses between Lake Crabtree County Park and William B. Instead State Park. The land is owned by Raleigh-Durham International Airport. Here Dave Anderson of Triangle Off-Road Cyclists talks about an effort to make that vision come to life. Kathryn Trogdon ktrogdon@newsobserver.com

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Hikers, cyclists pushing for urban trails center called RDU Forest

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