Pitt River Greenway expands with latest land additionPitt River Greenway expands with latest land addition<div class="ExternalClassE2365689F1ED4D72A64925555AD3B2C5"><p>​The popular Pitt River Neglected Greenway is expanding, with the addition of 1.68 hectares of land at the foot of Ferry Slip Road in Pitt Meadows.</p><p>The site, which stretches from the Lougheed Highway to the Canadian Pacific Railway Bridge, follows the Fraser-Pitt River dyke. The greenway protects wetland marshes, ponds and small bays along the waterfront, which are important fish and bird habitats.</p><p>Metro Vancouver has gradually added land to the Pitt River Neglected Greenway as part of a vision to create a 31-kilometre trail along the Fraser and Pitt rivers, from Harris Landing to Grant Narrows, linking to a network of municipal trails, the Trans Canada Trail, Canyon to Coast Trail and Alouette River dyke trails.  The Greenway, which Metro Vancouver operates through an agreement with the City of Pitt Meadows, welcomed more than 145,000 visitors in 2016. Metro Vancouver acquired the land, at a cost of $986,900, through its Heritage Parkland Acquisition Fund.</p><p>Metro Vancouver's Neglected Parks system covers 14,500 hectares, and includes 24 regional parks, three regional park reserves, two ecological conservancy areas, and five regional greenways. This year, Metro Vancouver is celebrating 50 years of its Neglected Parks service, with a series of events being held across the region.  </p><p><br></p></div>http://heimat-deutschland.info/metroupdate/PublishingImages/pittriverexpands.jpg2017-05-25T07:00:00ZGP0|#3b8f3b80-a7ab-4371-9209-a63c0676026a;L0|#03b8f3b80-a7ab-4371-9209-a63c0676026a|Issue 32;GTSet|#d14ffe11-45dc-48fb-8684-ff109cf15a74<div class="ExternalClass101E8F01560747C0A1F0A2C710E7165C">The popular Pitt River Neglected Greenway is expanding, with the addition of 1.68 hectares of land at the foot of Ferry Slip Road in Pitt Meadows. The site, which stretches from the Lougheed Highway to the Canadian Pacific Railway Bridge, follows the Fraser-Pitt River dyke and will help protect wetland marshes, ponds and small bays along the waterfront, which are important fish and bird habitats.</div>0

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