DVRPC Approves $5.6 Million For Walking and Bicycling in New Jersey

by | May 29, 2019 | Biking the Suburbs, Featured, The Circuit | 0 comments

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A schematic layout of a potential design for a road crossing on the Atlantic Ave Trail.

On May 23rd, the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC) approved ten projects selected by the NJ Department of Transportation for biking and walking in the region, including four that are a part of, or directly connect to, the Circuit Trails Network.

  • River Birch Trail, Camden City: $680,000 – Part of the Cross Camden County Trail
  • Atlantic Avenue Trail, Camden County: $1,220,000 – Part of the Cross Camden County Trail
  • Fifth Street Rail to Trail, Florence Township: $562,000 – Will connect via local streets to the Delaware River Heritage Trail
  • Lakeland Rd Connector Trail: $540,000 – Will connect to the Gloucester Township Health and Fitness Trail

The funds come from Transportation Alternatives Set-Aside Program and the New Jersey’s Safe Routes to School Program. The four New Jersey counties in the DVRPC region received $5.6 million and in total, more than $27 million was awarded statewide.

Lists of Approved Projects by Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO):

*Only the projects highlighted in bold were selected for funding

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