Trail Alerts

Temporary Trail Closures

Blue Trail - Green Lane Park

No closures at this time.

 Red Trail - Green Lane Park

Chester Valley Trail 

No closures at this time.

Montgomery County/Chester Valley Trail Construction Timeline

Cross County Trail

No closures at this time.

Pennypack Trail

Please use caution at the Byberry RD intersection.  The center island does not have a push button for the flashing lights.  Please use buttons located on either side of the road.  02-28-2023

Perkiomen Trail

(Extended by one day) The Perkiomen Trail is going to be closed on May 23rd and 25th from Crusher Rd. to Salford St. only during these days.  We are taking down dead ash trees. Thank you for understanding.

Good Morning, we have a big announcement to make.  On December 9th, Bridge 99 (Perk Trail Connection between Rt. 29 and Deep Creek Rd.) will be Closed for at least 18 Months for renovation.  We will be closing the trail from Crusher Rd. to the Orange trail Parking lot at Green Lane.  We are sorry for the inconvenience but happy that this old 8 stone arch bridge will be fixed.  Wishing you all a Happy Holiday Season to you and your families.  
~ Joe Seltzer (Region 2 Manager)

Schuylkill River Trail

  • 1/31/22: Trail CLOSED at Harry St in Conshohocken.

  • As part of construction on the new Conshohocken Regional Rail Station, SEPTA in-house forces and additional contractors will be completing several critical items during a four-week period beginning Monday, Jan. 30th. To complete this work, the Schuylkill River Trail will be closed to the public between Plymouth Meeting Creek and Oak Street from Monday, Jan. 30th to Friday, Feb. 24th, due to the construction of the new SEPTA station platform directly next to the trail. Learn more about this project.

  • Construction to Begin on New Portion of Schuylkill River Trail in Pottstown

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  • Due to the large project on Lafayette Street in Norristown, the Schuylkill River Trail can be impacted. PLEASE OBSERVE THE DISMOUNT SIGNS AS YOU APPROACH ROSS STREET.

Wissahickon Trail

Be cautious when travelling on the Wissahickon Trail after rainstorms.  There may be standing water and hazardous conditions due to mud and stones/debris.  Please use extreme caution after winter weather events, as there will likely be icy conditions on this trail.