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Apr 09, 2021

Neshaminy Creek Greenway

For 50 years the County of Bucks has envisioned a plan connecting 33 miles between the Montgomery County border and the Delaware River. Today that multi-use trail would connect 330,000 of our neighbors through the Neshaminy Creek Greenway. The Greenway connects county and local parks along the way including Peace Valley Park, Tyler Park, and Core Creek Park.

We support the public construction of a segment of the trail through the Dark Hollow Park section of Warwick Township. As with all public projects there is reasoned opposition. However it is our position that the benefits of directly connecting 300,000 of our neighbors with a path suited to pedestrianism, alternative transportation, and that simultaneously protects our county's natural beauty outweigh those concerns. Please join us in encouraging the Bucks County Board of Commissioners to bring this long-planned project to completion by signing the petition below. Please, please include your zip code so that our elected officials will know both local support as well as folks who'd like to visit Bucks County for its active use parks and resources. You can learn more, and sign our petition here.

We have the responsibility of advocating for the pubic investment in alternative transportation. We believe that providing safer arteries for pedestrianism, bicycles, e-bikes, and other options could contribute to saving the world. We also believe that providing safer outdoor, recreational space is vital to improving the health of our communities. We have been proud to partner with organizations like People for Bikes, the East Coast Greenway, the Central Bucks Bicycle Club, The Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia, the Doylestown Bike/Hike Committee, and the Borough of Doylestown Bike Committee that advocate for better multi-use facilities! Want to see the master plan for the regional trail system in SE Pennsylvania. Visit the Circuit!

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