New Sullivan’s Trail Bridge Wins Transportation Award

The brand new Sullivan's Trail Bridge that crosses the Schuylkill River has been recognized with a transportation award by the King of Prussia District. (Image via Daily Local News)

The newly constructed Sullivan’s Trail Bridge that crosses the Schuylkill River in Valley Forge has been presented with a state award by the King of Prussia District, writes Justin Heinze for Patch.

Both the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, which oversaw the construction of the bridge, and the National Park Service, the bridge’s current owner, have been honored with the 2017 Transportation Award.

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The 604-foot-long, 14-foot-wide, bridge is an important access point for people walking, running, or biking from the Betzwood and Schuylkill River side of Valley Forge to Valley Forge’s heart.

“The addition of Sullivan’s Bridge provides residents, employees and visitors of Valley Forge/King of Prussia with safe recreational opportunities that can be utilized year-round,” said King of Prussia District Executive Director, Eric Goldstein.

Read more about the award at Patch by clicking here.

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