Ohio River Trail: Pittsburgh to Coraopolis, Pa.
"Pennsylvania Environmental Council, Allegheny County and Friends of the Riverfront continue to partner of riverfront trail and greenways issues throughout Allegheny County. The partnership has yielded multi-municipal planning, construction of new trails and additional public access points along our rivers. Much of these developments have centered largely on the banks of the Monongahela and Allegheny Rivers. We are now exploring potential options along the Ohio River to extend the Three Rivers Heritage Trail as way of connecting communities through trails and greenways."
"Currently the Three Rivers Heritage Trail ends on the banks of the Ohio River adjacent to Station Square. There is a strong opportunity to expand this trail along the Ohio Riverfront downstream to connect into the Montour Trail via the County’s Sports Legacy Project. The Montour Trail provides a dedicated non-motorized connection through the South Hills and access to the Pittsburgh International Airport. Development of a trail along the Ohio River will also create numerous community connections and offer opportunities for education, recreation and alternative transportation to and from work, school, and other places of business currently not easily accessible. This multi-municipal effort encompasses the City of Pittsburgh, McKees Rocks, Stowe, Kennedy, Neville, Robinson and Coraopolis including several local community groups."
Ohio River Trail: Pittsburgh to Coraopolis Feasibility Study
The Manager of the Township of Stowe, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania and Friends of the Riverfront, is accepting proposals for a one-time contract to perform certain professional services (consulting) work for the Township of Stowe involving an Ohio River Trail – Pittsburgh to Coraopolis Feasibility Study.
Any contact for additional information should be made to Thomas Baxter, Friends of the Riverfront, at 412.488.0212 X2 or firstname.lastname@example.org.