NJ.com Covers Construction on the LHT

May 16, 2017 by  
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NJ.com coverage of the LHT: Construction begins on latest addition to Lawrence Hopewell Trail Click on the link below to read the full article. http://www.nj.com/mercer/index.ssf/2017/05/construction_begins_on_latest_addition_to_lawrence.html

Construction of Province Line Road Segment of the Lawrence Hopewell Trail is Underway

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 3, 2017 Construction of Province Line Road Segment of the Lawrence Hopewell Trail is Underway Critical segment’s construction marks significant progress toward completion of the 22-mile biking and pedestrian trail for the region The long-anticipated construction of the Lawrence Hopewell Trail’s Province Line Road segment is underway, and when completed in […]

ROCK(ing) the LHT to Take Place Friday, Nov. 25th.

November 16, 2016 by  
Filed under Events & Activities, News

In honor of the National Opt Outside movement, taking place the day after Thanksgiving, please join the Lawrence Hopewell Trail and come outside with us and enjoy the trail rather than spending the day shopping! The LHT has partnered with REI Co-op Princeton to bring the newest outdoor fun, Rocking, to the trail. Throughout the […]

Nighttime Ride Draws Riders to Pedal the LHT Under the Light of the Full Moon

September 20, 2016 by  
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Early evening clouds didn’t dampen the enthusiasm of some 400-plus bicyclists who participated in the third annual Full Moon ride, co-sponsored by the Lawrence Hopewell Trail and the Mercer County Park Commission on Saturday night, September 17. By the time riders had cycled through six miles of meadows and woodlands at Mercer Meadows, the clouds […]

Harvest Moon Expected to Draw Hundreds to the Lawrence Hopewell Trail’s Annual Full Moon Ride, September 17

September 2, 2016 by  
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 2, 2016 HARVEST MOON EXPECTED TO DRAW HUNDREDS TO THE LAWRENCE HOPEWELL TRAIL’S ANNUAL FULL MOON RIDE, SEPTEMBER 17 Nighttime bike ride winds through woods and meadows at Mercer Meadows Grab your bike light, hop on your two-wheeler and join bicyclists from throughout central New Jersey to bask in 2016’s one […]

Pedestrian and Cyclist Safety Measures for LHT Endorsed by Hopewell Township (as featured on MercerMe)

March 31, 2016 by  
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Pedestrian and Cyclist Safety Measures for LHT Endorsed by Hopewell Township

Mercer County, Lawrence Hopewell Trail to celebrate LHT as backbone to Mercer Meadows Trails System

June 4, 2015 by  
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(HOPEWELL, N.J.) — Mercer County Executive Brian Hughes, Mercer County Parks Commission Executive Director Kevin Bannon and the Lawrence Hopewell Trail board will celebrate a collaboration that has resulted in six miles of the LHT being built as the backbone to an extensive trail system at Mercer Meadows. The 1,600-acre park has been completely re-created […]

Hop on Your Bike and Ride to Work Friday

Lawrence Hopewell Trail invites Mercer County employees to cycle to work and share their commute via selfies (LAWRENCE, N.J.) — The Lawrence Hopewell Trail Board of Trustees is calling on workers of Mercer County to leave their car keys at home on Friday and instead hop on their bikes to commute to work. In recognition […]

Professional Engineers Society of Mercer County Honors Their Own, Citizens, Scholar and Projects

May 13, 2015 by  
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LHT Co-presidents recognized   The Professional Engineers Society of Mercer County recognized governmental and private engineers, projects, citizens and scholars at the 55th Annual Awards Banquet held recently at Mercer Oaks Banquet Facility in West Windsor, NJ.   “The Mercer County Chapter of the State and National Society of Professional Engineers is one of the […]

From corporate campus to park: Partnership saves 320 acres in rural Hopewell Township

May 13, 2015 by  
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HOPEWELL TWP. – An innovative project to convert a 1950s corporate campus on Carter Road into a public park took a big step forward at the Friday, April 17, closing on a land purchase that saves 320 acres from major development. A partnership of a dozen public agencies and nonprofit organizations, led by New Jersey […]

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