Delaware River Heritage Trail: Trenton to Camden
When completed the Delaware River Heritage Trail will follow the east bank of the Delaware River from D&R Canal in downtown Trenton to the Ben Franklin Bridge in Camden.
Trenton Wellness Loop
In 2018 the City constructed a set of bike lanes in downtown Trenton between the Trenton Battle Monument along Broad and Warren Streets to existing bike lanes along New Warren St which has sidewalk connections to the Lower Trenton Bridge and Morrisville, PA
D&R Canal Connector
D&R Canal Bordentown to Hamilton and South Trenton
This segment is open between Route 129/Lamberton Road in Trenton and Route 130 at the Quick Chek in Bordentown. The five mile trail is combination of on-road (with walkways) and off-road segments. the trail includes the Lock 1 section of the Delaware and Raritan Canal Towpath.
130 Bypass Section (under construction)
This trail will begin across from the Quick Chek in Bordentown through Crystal Lake Park to Roebling Park near the Roebling Museum and RiverLINE Train Station.
Roebling Park Trails
This half mile section was completed as part of the Roebling Streel remediation project with nice river views.
Commerce Park Drive Sidepath
This half mile trail connects the Burlington City Waterfront with the YMCA and the Burlington South RiverLINE Station and goes under the Burlington Bristol Bridge.
Woodlake Park Trail
This quarter mile path connects connects the Township of Edgewater Park with Beverly Rd in Burlington Township and provides a safe off-road route around a dangerous railroad underpass.
Delanco RiverLINE Station to Amico Island Park (programmed for construction)
The Delaware River Heritage Trail will share an alignment with the Rancocas Creek Trail here. The project is funded for construction and may begin in 2019.
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