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Posted on: July 22, 2021

Liberty Bell Trail Survey

LBT Survey

The Liberty Bell Trail (LBT) in North Penn will link residents and visitors alike to downtown centers; residential neighborhoods; parks, libraries, and schools; natural areas and open spaces;
transportation hubs; and much, much more.  In addition to local connections, the LBT will connect into the broader network of Circuit Trails, the Philadelphia region’s growing trail network.  

This feasibility study will focus on the 11-mile portion of the LBT in Montgomery County. Over the past 16 years, some progress has been made toward its completion, including construction of approximately 1.5 miles in Lansdale Borough and another half mile in Hatfield Borough. As part of this trail update, we will investigate changes that have occurred along the planned trail route, explore alternatives, and make recommendations for a preferred alignment. These technical tasks will be supported by a robust public outreach program using numerous virtual and traditional techniques. The study is anticipated to be completed by early 2022.

Where would YOU like the Liberty Bell Trail to take you?  

For more information on the trail, check out the Pennsylvania Environmental Council's blog post here.  

If you cannot make this meeting, there is a virtual meeting room open now that you can visit at your convenience here.

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