The Western New York Land Conservancy wants public input on a proposed trail along the abandoned DL&W rail corridor in downtown Buffalo.
An open house for the 1 1/2-mile DL&W Corridor, which runs from the Buffalo River near Solar City to downtown Buffalo near Canalside, will be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday in the Larkin at Exchange Building's 1st Floor Cafe.
“We envision the DL&W corridor becoming a place where people can walk or ride a bike and where wildlife can find a home,” said Nancy Smith, executive director of the land conservancy. “We hope to convert this remnant of our industrial heritage into a beautiful, engaging and ecologically resilient linear park.”
Advanced registration is requested at www.wnylc.org/events or calling 687-1225.