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Manchester Moves, Inc. founded as a non-profit organization


Rail Trail Master Plan

Manchester Moves commissions a Rail Trail Master Plan from Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc. to assist the city with prioritizing projects.


Piscataqoug Trail and Bridge

Fundraising and design begins for our first major infrastructure project: the Piscataqoug trail and bridge

Read More 2009

Bernice & Irving Singer Pedestrian Bridge

Assisted the City of Manchester & the Department of Transportation through design efforts and by securing the match funding for the construction of the bridge that links Manchester to Goffstown via the Piscataquog Trail at mile 2.0. 

Read More 2015

Northern Manchester Heritage Trail

Restored 1.5 miles of trail on the northernmost section of the Manchester Heritage Trail along the Merrimack River, funded by a private grant of $75,000, which is now fully accessible and open to the public. This land  is adjacent to Stark Park on the State of NH property behind SYDC that has been held for public recreational use into perpetuity.

Read More December, 2020

New Board of Directors, Research & Fundraising

We secured a private grant for $20,000 to assist with planning efforts & elected 8 new directors from various neighborhoods and businesses.

Read More January, 2021

Stark Park’s “Walk in the Woods” development and dedication

In partnership with The City of Manchester & The Friends of Stark Park, Manchester Moves raised funds to restore the lower section of Stark Park to its original “carriage road”.  This “spur trail” is a connector to the Heritage Trail and future rail with trail project adjacent to the Merrimack River.

Read More April, 2021

April 24th “Celebrate Trails Day”

A public celebration of trails and children’s bike contest.   

Read More April 24, 2021