Next steps on Philadelphia’s Delaware River Trail

September 23rd, 2016

The Delaware River City Corporation (DRCC) is one of the leaders in transforming the Tidal Trail in Philadelphia into a world-class urban riverfront. In addition to environmental restoration and public programming along the river in Northeastern Philadelphia, DRCC is building the long section of the Delaware River Trail that will connect Center City to Bucks […]

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River Cleanup Season is Here!

May 4th, 2016

Though it might not feel like spring yet, it’s just a matter of time before the flowers start to bloom, the beer gardens start to open, and the paddlers take to the river! Don’t forget, though, while you are enjoying Delaware River currents (or Delaware River views!), that we all need to pitch in to […]

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Delaware River Trail Extends Farther North!

December 1st, 2015

One day you will be able to paddle down the Delaware to the Frankford Arsenal, take your boat out and bike down to Center City Philadelphia. Sure, it will take a little bit of coordination to get your bike at the landing site, but it will be possible because the Delaware River Trail will follow […]

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The Great Migration Takes the Tidal Trail

November 25th, 2014

Every year millions of Monarch butterflies migrate up to 4,830 miles from southern Canada and the USA to winter in groves in Mexico. The Monarchs that migrate in the fall are not the same ones that migrate back north five months later. The northern-migrating butterflies are at least five generations removed from overwintering sites! One researcher calls it […]

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Another Milestone for the North Delaware Riverfront Greenway

October 16th, 2014

The Delaware River City Corporation hosted a ceremonial groundbreaking in East Torresdale on Tuesday for a new, 1.8-mile section of the North Delaware Riverfront Greenway Trail. The section is called Baxter Trail.  It’s is an important off-road pedestrian and bicycle link between Pennypack Park, Pleasant Hill Park, and other areas, such as along the Delaware River, […]

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