• First State in Trails? Yes!

    by  • November 14, 2011 • Transportation Trails, Walkable Bikeable Delaware • 0 Comments

    Taken directly from DNREC’s website

    *  Calling all bicyclists!  Submit comments for the proposed First State Trails and Pathways Plan initiative  *

    The State of Delaware recognizes the benefits of an integrated non-motorized pathway and recreational trail network to provide opportunities for pedestrians and bicyclists to travel safely and efficiently and to expand outdoor recreation opportunities.  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.

    Proposed First State Trails and Pathways Plan (Draft)
     Draft for public review and comment as announced at the Delaware Bike Summit on October 14, 2011

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    Northern Delaware Greenway Trail
    Newark to Wilmington Pathway
    White Clay Creek State Park
    Auburn Heights
    New Castle Industrial Track Trail – East Coast Greenway Trail
    Lums Pond State Park
    Chesapeake & Delaware Canal Trail 
    Dover to Clayton Rail Pathway
    Capital Bikeway – St. Jones River Trail
    Killens Pond State Park
    Georgetown-Lewes-Cape Henlopen State Park Trail
    Junction & Breakwater Trail – Gordons Pond Trail (Cape Henlopen State Park)
    Assawoman Canal Trail – Fred Hudson Road
    Trap Pond State Park

    New Castle County - Shared-Use Pathways and Recreational Trails: Short Term Projects
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    Kent County - Shared-Use Pathways and Recreational Trails: Short Term Projects
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    Sussex County – Shared-Use Pathways and Recreational Trails: Short Term Projects
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