The White Plains Greenway is located on the former New York, Westchester & Boston Railway right-of-way, and extends from a City parking lot at Mamaroneck Avenue opposite Bloomingdale Road to the Scarsdale border. Several major streets intersect the Greenway, including Bryant Avenue, Gedney Way and Ridgeway.
The section of the Greenway between the parking lot at Mamaroneck Avenue and Gedney Way is unimproved and currently inaccessible. This section is 0.4 miles long.
The improved Greenway trail begins at Gedney Way and heads south, adjacent to the DPW facility and residential neighborhoods. The trail is 0.8 miles long between Gedney Way and Ridgeway. From Ridgeway to the Scarsdale border, the trail is 0.5 miles long.
The Greenway is currently accessible only from Gedney Way and Ridgeway. Use of the entire Greenway is restricted to pedestrian traffic.
Parking and Trail Access
Short, but has railroadiana
The former New York, Westchester & Boston was an electric railway, with catenary poles running overhead its entire length. A short walk on this trail will confirm this, as there are humongo concrete blocks with steel bolts projecting from the top every ...
Short but sweet trail.
Only access points are Gedney Way and Ridgeway. No access at Bloomingdale's Road.
Trail dead ends after 1.2 miles, but is well worth the walk as it has a great wood-chip surface and any fallen trees are quickly removed.
A Trail Just For Walking
"A good starting point is on Gedney Avenue in White Plains, just west of Mamaroneck Avenue. There is plenty of on street parking in this area as well as a deli and restaurant for those who want to combine exercise with eating, either before or after (or ...