Background : The Chester Creek Rail trail is conducting a feasibility study of converting the former Chester Creek Branch of the Pennsylvania Railroad to a multiple use Rail-Trail. This 6.7 mile trail traverses parts of Middletown, Aston, and Chester Townships, connecting the inactive SEPTA R3 Wawa train station in Chester Heights with the historic Caleb Pusey Plantation in Upland. It would generally parallel Chester Creek.
The goal of the trail is to preserve green space along the Chester Creek, while allowing easy access to it. It is intended to provide a viable alternative to auto commuting and also provide for recreational uses such as bicycling, walking, running, horseback riding and cross country skiing. Public input into the project is essential for the evaluation and design of an effective trail. Please answer the questions on the other side and return this questionnaire to the address below. Please feel free to add additional comments,
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