Plans for a 750-mile recreational trail that would run from New York City to Buffalo is running into stiff resistance from both the New York legislature and the public.

According to an article on, neither the Democratic-led New York Assembly nor the state’s Republican-controlled Senate are showing much support for Governor Andrew Cuomo’s $200 million proposal to build a 750-mile trail across New York – which would be the largest state-owned trail in the nation.

On top of that, a recent Siena College poll showed that voters had the least support for the so-called Empire State Trail among the ideas Cuomo announced in January, with just 38 percent of voters supporting the idea.

Read about the proposed Empire State Trail running into resistance.