City officials and community leaders officially opened the extension of the Beerline Trail, part of a former railroad line that historically served the brewing industry. The abandoned rail right-of-way is now a multi-use trail for walking, running, biking and skating. The extension is at the north end of the existing Beerline Trail, which goes through the Riverwest and Harambee neighborhoods. The project is the result of a partnership between the City of Milwaukee, the Greater Milwaukee Committee (GMC), the Riverworks Development Corp., the Harambee Great Neighborhood Initiative, MKE<->LAX, beintween and other arts, cultural and community organizations.
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