Presentation on theme: "Proposed First State Trails & Pathways The State of Delaware recognizes the benefits of an integrated non- motorized pathway and recreational trail network."— Presentation transcript:
Proposed First State Trails & Pathways The State of Delaware recognizes the benefits of an integrated non- motorized pathway and recreational trail network to provide opportunities for pedestrians and bicyclists. It also recognizes the benefits of an interconnected trail and pathway network in improving the economic and environmental sustainability of communities, thereby improving the quality of life for all citizens. Maps below correspond to trail and pathway projects outlined in the Proposed Plan. See Proposed Plan at Destateparks.com/FirstStateTrails
White Clay Creek State Park Tri-Valley Trail (yellow, blue & red) New trail segments, crossing upgrades Pomeroy Trail – Creek Road Trail connector gap
Auburn Heights Preserve New trails, link to Hockessin
New Castle Industrial Trail Christina River bike/ped bridge crossing Link to Wilmington Riverfront East Coast Greenway Trail Complete Gaps New Castle Industrial Trail East Coast GW Trail – complete gaps Bike/Ped Bridge
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