SRDC will work with the City to plan, design and build a trail segment from south of Bartram’s Garden along the west riverbank to Passyunk Avenue. The feasibility study for this project will also include preliminary planning for a riverfront park near Passyunk Avenue. This segment will connect to the Bartram’s Mile segment, currently in final design.
See the link below for a feasibility study on this trail segment completed by KSK Architects Planners Historians, Inc.
SRDC will work with the City to plan, design and build a 2,700 foot-long trail segment from Christian Street along the east riverbank to 34th Street, connecting to the Grays Ferry Crescent trail and greenway. This is the last remaining trail segment to be studied and designed in order to create a continuous, off-street trail and greenway between Center City and Bartram’s Garden. Because of the close proximity of the railroad to the river, this trail segment will likely require another boardwalk structure running parallel to the shore.
SRDC is working with a variety of public and private partners in University City, West Philadelphia and Southwest Philadelphia to plan on-road bike and pedestrian improvements linking the Centennial District in Fairmount Park to the West Bank Greenway, Schuylkill Banks, and Bartram’s Garden. This project will take SRDC one step closer to its goal of having a trail and greenway connecting neighborhoods and important institutions on both sides of the tidal Schuylkill.