The Tollgate Trail Gap

The segment is a short gap on open space privately owned by the Tollgate Landing Homeowners Association (HOA). Approval for this trail section is needed by the HOA. Closing the gap would create a through connection for the Hunter’s Crossing-Brayton Garden Trails in Richland Township and Barrel Run Trail in Milford Township. The Tollgate Landing community straddles the two townships. Alternative routes are also being explored.  A conceptual alignment for the trail is shown below.

For more information on planning for this section and adjacent areas refer to the Quakertown Region Master Trail Plan. (PDF 13.8 mb)

 

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