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matt from medina on 3/19/2019 8:52:13 AM:
is the canal path going to be fixed from medina to Rochester. its terrible after all the tree cutting

 
Bop from Rochester on 3/23/2019 4:29:54 PM:
It was rideable last year between Huberton and Rochester. A few bad spots here and there. This winter they'd looked to have made a mess of it along East canal road between Brockport and Route 260. Just west of route 260 running halfway towards Brockport. I haven't been on it trail yet, so I don't the condition from Rochester and Hulberton right now.

 
Bop from Rochester on 4/2/2019 7:10:08 PM:
Update. The west end of the trail is closed a Fayette st in Brockport. The east end at Sweden Walker Rd has a sign saying "rough trail ahead" Heavy equipment was moving all along the trail between these points. I didn't see and work going on between Sweden Walker Rd and Henpeck Park in Greece.

 
Bop from Rochester on 4/17/2019 3:50:22 PM:
Just biked from Henpeck park (Greece) to Sweden Walker Rd. The path is still closed from there to Brockport. They've run a tracked wheeled vehicle from east of Adams Basin to Spencerport. There's now 2 rumble strips embedded along parts of the trail. Otherwise same as I remember it from fall.