- Take the online survey here
- Post comments to the interactive WikiMap
- View boards displayed at the meeting (PDF)
- View map displayed at the meeting (PDF)
In 2015, Camden County adopted a Bicycling & Multi-Use Trails Plan, which depicts nearly 500 miles of multi-use trails and on-street bicycling facilities in every borough and township in the county. In order to jump start the implementation of this ambitious plan, county officials have tentatively established a “Cross County Trail”, which will start in the city of Camden on the Delaware River waterfront, and run approximately 32 miles to the Atlantic County line. The Cross County Trail would act as a “spine” to which future trails and bike lanes can connect to. Camden County has hired a planning and design team led by The RBA Group to assist the county with the trail feasibility study, which will include determining final design and construction costs, potential user demand, and economic impact analysis.
In order to help refine the proposed trail alignment, we want to hear from you. What is important as we develop this major trail route? Where do you want it to go? How should we use our resources?
For questions, please email Jack.Sworaski@camdencounty.com
Follow up public meetings will be held in 2017 as the trail alignment is finalized.