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8 Counties, 90 Towns Adopt The Circuit Resolution

On December 10, advocates for The Circuit Trails got three wins in a single night. In Pennsylvania, Bristol Borough (photo above) and The City of Coatesville passed municipal resolutions in support of building 500 miles of The Circuit by 2025. On the other side of the Delaware River, Mercer County adopted the resolution as well.

It’s inspiring to see this level of support for cycling in the Philadelphia region. As this campaign draws to a close, Bicycle Coalition and other member organizations of the Circuit Coalition will pivot to converting this governmental support into faster trail construction, so we can meet our regional goal of creating a 750-mile network of trails by 2040.

Want to add your name? Click here to sign the Circuit Trails petition.


Through advocacy and education, the Bicycle Coalition leads the movement to make bicycling a safe and fun way to get around for anyone in Greater Philadelphia. We’re a member-funded organization, and we can’t advocate for building out the region’s bicycle network without your support. Join or donate today to partner with us and make your ride better.

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Topics: Biking Outside The Region, Biking the Suburbs, Connecting Greater Philadelphia Bicycle Network, Featured, The Circuit

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