LDG provided survey, environmental, geotechnical, bridge and transportation design, and construction services for Phase 1 of the Millers Run Trail. The overall proposed Millers Run Greenway Trail will connect the Susquehanna River Walk from Interstate 180 to Bruce Henry Park in a suburban area of Loyalsock Township in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania. The entire proposed trail is approximately 1.5 miles long and is anticipated to be constructed in four phases. Phase 1 will be constructed in two segments, the south segment and the north segment.
The 393-foot-long south segment will connect Bruce Henry Park with Northway Road. The trail will begin at the eastern edge of the park, span Millers Run with a pre-fabricated pedestrian bridge, then traverse the existing ground and end at the sidewalk on the west side of Northway Road.
The 992-foot-long north segment will connect Four Mile Drive with James E. Short Park. The trail will begin at the northern edge of Four Mile Drive on the western side of Millers Run, traverse the existing ground on the western side of Millers Run, and then span Millers Run with a pre-fabricated pedestrian bridge.
Phase 2 will connect the Susquehanna River Walk to Bruce Henry Park. Phase 3 will be a pedestrian bridge structure that will span both Millers Run and East Third Street. Phase 4 will connect Bruce Henry Park to the North Section of Phase 1 at Four Mile Drive.