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To mitigate the increasing spread of COVID-19 in Pennsylvania, we have closed the National Canal Museum and offices of the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor. Our staff continues our mission-driven work from home. We hope you and yours will stay safe and healthy. Happy Trails!×
Do you spend time walking, running or biking on the Delaware Canal section of the D&L Trail? Are you a business owner, homeowner or municipal leader located along the Delaware Canal section of the D&L Trail? Do you have an interest in the D&L Trail and its future?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then the D&L Trail Alliance was created for you. Please join the Delaware Canal Regional Council of the D&L Trail Alliance for a presentation and an informal conversation about Delaware Canal and towpath in Bucks County on Thursday, May 19 at New Hope Community Building at 125 New Street, New Hope, PA from 7pm to 8:30pm. Please note the meeting is free but there is a small fee for the convenient parking.
As the D&L Trail Alliance works towards its goal of connecting the D&L by 2020, local businesses, non-profits, residents and other local trails users in Bucks County are invited to discuss the soon-to-be released Delaware Vision Study, learn about trails that will be connecting to the Delaware Canal section of the D&L Trail, get updated on the progress on the D&L Trail and share ideas for other trail-related projects.
What is the D&L Trail Alliance? A program that works to coordinate the building, improving, living with, and benefiting from a connected trail network in the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor. Stretching from Wilkes Barre to Bristol, PA, the D&L Trail Alliance coordinates public-private partnerships through Regional Councils in all three regions of trail; Anthracite, Lehigh Valley, and Delaware Canal. These councils work to improve local business, recreation, and tourism as well as increase the health and wellness of the local communities by encouraging community trail use.