Streets for All
We believe everyone should have safe and reliable transportation choices. A community’s infrastructure should support residents of all ages and abilities to make trips by walking or cycling — because it is convenient, affordable, and promotes a healthy lifestyle.
When communities investment in sidewalks, bike lanes, trails, crosswalks, public transit, and other infrastructure it promotes transportation equity, improves public health, and reduces our carbon footprint.
The Borough of Phoenixville is partnering with GVF, who has 32 years of nonprofit mobility planning expertise, on the Streets for All project.
The project’s goal is to improve the quality of life for residents and employees within the Borough by creating a plan that looks at current transportation conditions and identifies improvements.
Coming soon! We want to know your thoughts.
In January we will be sending out a survey to find out what your thoughts are about current transportation conditions and what you would like to see improved when it comes to alternative transportation choices.
To learn more about the Streets for All project contact Stacey Weiss firstname.lastname@example.org.
Schuylkill River Trail
There are currently over 60 miles of finished trail, including a 26-mile stretch from the City of Philadelphia through Montgomery County to Phoenixville in Chester County.
A shorter Chester County segment of about six miles runs from just outside Phoenixville in Cromby to Parkerford. The trail breaks off in Parkerford and picks up again in Pottstown where it continues for about 20 miles to Reading.
Mont Clare Bridge Trail Connection Project
This connection allows for pedestrians and cyclists to safely travel from the Borough of Phoenixville in Chester County to the village of Mont Clare in Montgomery County, via a 0.2-mile section of the Schuylkill River Trail.
Did you know that one of America’s largest trail networks is in your backyard? Find your trail on the Circuit among 100s of miles of interconnected trails in the Greater Philadelphia region, providing endless opportunities for recreation and commuting.
The next time you plan to ride your bike, let Ruti help you find a bike route with the least amount of car traffic.
SEPTA’s bicycle policy
Most SEPTA vehicles can accommodate bicycles, which we define as two-wheeled, manually powered or electrically assisted vehicles. Folding bicycles are permitted on all vehicles at all times.
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