In 2014, G&A assisted the Bucks County Planning Commission with a Trail Feasibility Study for the northern stretch of the Neshaminy Creek Greenway, approximately sixteen miles in length, reaching from Twin Streams Park in Chalfont Borough, to the confluence of the Neshaminy and Little Neshaminy Creeks in Wrightstown Township. Since completion of the study, several segments have been constructed.
In 2019, G&A assisted the Bucks County Planning Commission with another Trail Feasibility Study for the central stretch of the Neshaminy Creek Greenway. The extent of the study was approximately thirteen miles in length, reaching from the confluence of the Neshaminy and Little Neshaminy Creeks in Rushland and ending at the confluence of the Neshaminy Creek and Core Creek in Middletown Township.
Core Creek Park Design
Currently, the Core Creek Park to Woodbourne Road segment of the Neshaminy Greenway Trail is in the design and permitting phase. This trail is approximately nine-tenths of a mile in length, and will connect the existing trail network within Core Creek Park to an existing trail along the east side of Woodbourne Road. G&A assisted the County of Bucks in initial concept planning to secure construction funding through the Transportation Alternatives Program administered by the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission and is currently preparing design plans and securing the necessary permits for construction.
The accessible trail will feature a floating boardwalk bridge with fishing area along with traffic signal and pedestrian road improvements at Woodbourne Road. Once completed, the trail will provide a scenic connection for pedestrians and cyclists between Core Creek Park and both residential and commercial areas within Middletown Township and beyond.