Quaker Road Path

Princeton is extending the reach of its trail network along Quaker Road, which will get bicyclists, joggers and walkers closer to the D&R Canal towpath on a multi-use trail.

Now under construction in Princeton Township is a 6-foot-wide stone path that will “link [the Updike Farm property of] the Historical Society with the Princeton Battlefield parking, and from that parking lot area one can then continue along the existing path to Mercer Road and continue either to the borough or further out to the township. It’s part of an overall system that will link that area of the township to the rest of the township,” said Robert Kiser, Princeton Township engineer, quoted in the Princeton Packet on September 28, 2010.

It also will connect to the Stony Brook path that was dedicated on October 3.

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