Stony Brook Recreational Trail

Stony Brook Bridge

Stony Brook Bridge completes a missing link.

The addition of a new bike/ped bridge, near Jasna Polana and the Hun School, completes a missing link in the Stony Brook Regional Bicycle and Pedestrian Pathway, allowing users to travel off-road or on lightly-traveled roads from the Princeton Battlefield to Princeton Day School and on to Hopewell.

First Pedestrians on Stony Brook Bridge

The first pedestrians on the Stony Brook Bridge: Princeton Township Open Space Manager and Arborist Greg O'Neil, Township Engineer Robert Kiser, Project Engineer Deanna Stockton, President of Friends of Princeton Open Space (FOPOS) Wendy Mager, FOPOS Trustee Emeritus Helmut Schwab, Engineering Assistant Anthony Soriano, and Engineering Intern Phill King

Read more about the trail and the bridge installation in Town Topics.

Missing Link Location

Read about the Pedestrian Bridge Project History.

Click here for Princeton Bikepaths and Sidewalks Map.

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