The pedestrian and bicycle path connects the train station with downtown Elizabethtown, supporting active transportation modes and downtown revitalization and completing a leg of the community’s bicycle and pathway network.
The $1.3 million project constructed a half-mile paved bicycle and pedestrian path between the train station on South Wilson Avenue and South Market Street near the library in downtown Elizabethtown. The project included a bridge over Conoy Creek and stormwater management facilities for the station's expanded parking lot.
Work began in 2013 and the path was completed in mid-2015.
The project was led by the Borough of Elizabethtown with additional funding by PennDOT, the Federal Transit Administration, and Lancaster County.