Approximately 80 people came to the Northwest Circuit Trails Open House at the Manayunk Brew Pub on Tuesday, September 25, to discuss upcoming trail projects coming to Northwest Philadelphia and close suburbs. There are numerous trail and canal projects underway in several NorthwestPhilly neighborhoods, Lower Merion and Whitemarsh Townships that will build out the Circuit over the next 3-6 years.
Fourteen different public agencies, trail “Friends of” groups, and one real estate developer brought poster boards describing their projects. They included: Philadelphia Parks & Recreation, Philadelphia City Planning Commission, Philadelphia Water Department, Lower Merion Township, Montgomery County Planning Commission, SEPTA, Office of Transportation & Infrastructure, Manayunk Development Corporation, Roxborough Conservancy, West Laurel Hill Cemetery, Friends of Cynwyd Heritage Trail, Friends of the Cresheim Trail, Friends of the Wissahickon, Schuylkill Environmental Education Center and Penn Real Estate Group.
Click the links below to see the posters displayed at the event.
- Cynwyd Heritage Trail
- Cresheim Trail
- Ivy Ridge Trail and Manayunk Bridge Trail
- Manayunk Canal Diversion Facility
- Main Street to Manayunk Bridge Trail
- Boardwalk Improvements
- River Trail Gateway
- Wissahickon Gateway
- Ramp at Green Lane to Trail
- Artwork Along Canal
- Cross County Trails
- Lower Locks Preservation
- Sustainable Trails Initiative
- Lower Merion Connections
For those who missed the Open House, here is our post about the event.
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