Coopersburg Receives $939K for new Saucon Rail Trail Links

Coopersburg will receive just under a $1 million in federal funds to develop a trail connection to the Saucon Rail Trail, PennDOT recently announced.

The new trail section will extend from Landis Street to East Station Avenue in the Borough. It also calls for East Station Avenue improvements, from Main Street to the trail, including crosswalks, curbs, sidewalks, accessibility improvements and pedestrian lighting. This project is a key link the development of the PHTN and will link the Saucon Rail Trail to the proposed Upper Bucks Rail Trail. 

For more information on this project click on the the link below:

Federal Money Will Fund Saucon Rail Trail Extension in Coopersburg

 

 


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