Proposed Salem Bike-Ped Corridor (Computer rendition)
Location: Intersection of Rte. 28 and Old Rockingham Rd.


"Phase-I" work nearly complete

Our Friends group and many supporters are excited to see completion of the paved "Phase-I" section by mid-October. Stay tuned for announcement of the ribbon-cutting, etc. Meanwhile, donations are sought for amenities to make the project even more welcoming to all users. Please contact us at or call 603.898.9926 if you can help with a tax-deductible donation. Thank you!

New FSBPC Facebook page

With work on "Phase-I" well underway, you can now view photos and details on our new Facebook page at . Progress is almost on schedule with basic construction expected to be completed by late August. A formal "ribbon-cutting" will be in Sept. or Oct. once traffic signals are programmed for safer road crossings.

Video from SGC-23 available

With many thanks to Susan and Judy at Salem TV SGC-23, a video showing construction progress, plans, and obstacles is now available at -- check it out! The project is on-schedule with the estimated completion date still being this August.

Construction of "Phase I" started April 4

In case you haven't noticed, the project is well underway with American Excavating Corp. working hard to complete the Windham Rail Trail and build the paved 1.1-mile section in Salem. Plans call for the basic work to be completed by August after which our Friends group will be seeking volunteers and businesses to help with amenities and maintenance. Stay tuned and watch the progress!


Thank you for visiting the Friends of the Salem Bike-Ped Corridor homepage!

Provided below are links to additional information about the project that you might find interesting. Be sure to check back often, as the website is still in development and we will be posting more information as the project progresses.


10/1/12 Friends-Iron Horse presentation (1.6 MB)
2010 SNHRTA Grant Award Press Release
2010 SNHRTA Brochure
2009 SNHRTA TE Grant Application
2009 Salem North Segment TE Application
2009 Salem TE Application Figures


Southern NH Rail Trail Alliance
Town of Salem project web site

If you are interested in helping us move this project forward, please do not hesitate to contact us by telephone at (603) 898-9926 or by email at

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