The Lower Trail in Williamsburg
Williamsburg, Pennsylvania is a borough of about 1,200 people with a main trailhead directly connected to its downtown, unique among the other Lower Trail communities. The Lower Trail — and the Williamsburg section in particular — is at the nexus of several state and regional recreation networks, including the Mid-State Trail and the 9/11 National Memorial Trail. In addition to the trail corridor within the borough boundary, Williamsburg has acquired a former power plant site and additional lands to the northwest, adding 50 acres and more than doubling its trail and riverfront to 1.7 miles.
The Analysis and Framework Plan project establishes a group of community partners —local government, non-profits, planning groups, small businesses, and community members — to identify challenges, opportunities, ideas, partnerships, and other planning work related to the Lower Trail in Williamsburg.
The outcome of the project will be a graphic compilation of this knowledge base and a landscape framework based on ideas and priorities already present among stakeholders.
|Work Title||The Lower Trail in Williamsburg|
|Subtitle||Analysis and Framework Plan|
|License||CC BY-NC 4.0 (Attribution-NonCommercial)|
|Publication Date||September 23, 2021|
|Deposited||February 18, 2022|