Southern Chester County Circuit Trail Feasibility Study
This study seeks to identify a feasible alignment for the development of a continuous, off-road, multi-use trail to connect the boroughs and growth areas in southern Chester County to the Brandywine Trail and the Circuit.
Warner Spur Trail Master Plan
This plan evaluates the potential transformation of the 1.95-mile former Warner Spur rail line into a multi-use trail. The Warner Spur connects the Chester Valley Trail and the Atwater Community through Tredyffrin Township.
Chester Valley Trail West Study
This study will evaluate potential routes for extending the Chester Valley Trail westward across the county to connect with the future 29-mile multi-use Enola Low Grade rail trail located just outside of Atglen Borough in Lancaster County.
Chester Valley Trail Extension Study
The Planning Commission is working towards determining a recommended alignment for extension of the Chester Valley Trail into the Borough of Downingtown and providing connections to the existing Struble and East Branch Brandywine Trails.
Northern Struble Trail Feasibility Study
The primary purpose of the Northern Struble Trail Feasibility Study was to investigate the feasibility of extending the Struble Trail along the 13.5 mile abandoned Waynesburg Branch of the Pennsylvania Railroad corridor.
For more information about the trails visit Chester County Parks & Recreation.