A New Trail Is Planned In Southern Chester County, And You Can Participate

by | July 1, 2020 | News, Biking the Region, Featured, The Circuit | 0 comments

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On Tuesday July 14 at 7pm, the Chester County Planning Commission will host an online public meeting to discuss an upcoming feasibility study for a trail across Chester County’s south. This trail, known as the Octoraro Trail in Delaware County, will hopefully connect DelCo to the Maryland state line, via some possible alignments shown above. It will also connect directly to the Brandywine Trail and could potentially serve as a scenic western spur of the East Coast Greenway. If you’re interested in participating in the meeting, you can click the above link, or here.


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