The Kingston Greenline is a joint initiative of the Kingston Land Trust, City of Kingston, and Ulster County.

The Kingston Land Trust (KLT) is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and providing access to open space in Kingston and surrounding municipalities. The KLT supports public awareness and participation in public infrastructure projects while working to build connections between people and the land in Kingston. The KLT serves as the "community partner" of the Kingston Greenline initiative and supports communications, outreach, development, and management of the system in coordination with the City of Kingston and Ulster County. Visit the KLT's Greenline page to learn more about their efforts to support the initiative.

The majority of streets and trails that make up the Kingston Greenline are on City of Kingston property. The City of Kingston sources and manages a number of state and federal grants for Greenline projects and other related transportation infrastructure improvements around the City. The Live Well Kingston Comission and Complete Streets Advisory Council activley work to support the Kingston Greenline and making Kingston more walkable and bikable city. Visit the City of Kingston's Greenline page to learn more.

Ulster County has played a key role in development of rail trails and support of non-motorized transportation in Kingston and surrounding municipalities. The Ulster County Trails Advisory Committee reviews the economic development, tourism and recreation benefits for Ulster County and communities along various routes and advises the Ulster County Legislature on trail-related issues. The Midtown Linear Park section of the county-owned U&D rail corridor, a mixed-use asset that supports two tourist train operations, a rail bike section, and now the developing Ashokan Rail Trail. Learn more about the revitalization of the U&D corridor on the County's Rails and Trails page.