Trolley Line Trail Extension

Students pedal along the Trolley Line Trail

Students pedal along the Trolley Line Trail

The WW-P News reports on a suggestion to extend the Trolley Line Trail, which would enable WW-PHS South and North students to safely walk or cycle between the two high schools, as well as providing a convenient and safe link for residents of both townships. This isn’t a new idea, and is one the WWBPA supports, but there are several obstacles that would need to be worked out. Read more:

Trolley Line Trail: Stretching the Limits
West Windsor-Plainsboro News

Trolley Trail Map-projected

from the West Windsor & Plainsboro News, May 28, 2010

Writing for the WWBPA, President Jerry Foster sent a letter to the editor of the WW-P News in support of a Trolley Line extension.

WW-P News, June 11, 2010 follow-up article:
Trolley Line Trail: Hurdles Abound

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