T. Rowe Price’s Associates Help Build an Urban Trail Network

The completed project will create a bike and pedestrian environment connecting Baltimore neighborhoods
Aug 12, 2015 11:00 AM ET


More than 60 T. Rowe Price employees removed 2,000 gallons of trash and cleared 300 cubic feet of invasive plants as part of the company’s participation in the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy’s “Emerald Necklace” initiative, which is focused on connecting existing trails to create a 30-mile loop around Baltimore.

“At T. Rowe Price, we are interested in improving the quality of life for our community, and, for many, that means living in an environment where they can bike or walk to work, parks, services, or other neighborhoods and communities,” said Tim Noel, head of portfolio specialists. “Through projects like the Emerald Necklace, we are able to fill a commitment not only to our associates, but also to the community where we live and work.”  

The project will connect three main trails and create a pedestrian-friendly recreation option for residents and commuters. To learn more about how T. Rowe Price gives back to the community, visit TRowePrice.com/responsibility.