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The Susquehanna Riverwalk Project first envisioned by the Lycoming County Planning Commission and the Board of Commissioners for the County of Lycoming in 2000 is an approximately 4 mile long paved bikeway/walkway loop along the levee system in the City of Williamsport, Borough of South Williamsport and Loyalsock Township with river crossings along the new Market Street Bridge and Maynard Street Bridge.

The $ 2.3 million project sponsored by the County of Lycoming is primarily funded using a combination of federal and state grants administered by PennDOT and PA DCNR. The project also incorporates the Timber Trail amenities funded under the Lumber Heritage Region and other local organizations such as interpretative signage, benches and a woodhick sculpture by Muncy artist, Pam Madia Barner, showcasing our regionís rich lumbering era. This life size sculpture will be rendered in bronze and will be placed on the trail.

Additional opportunities for public art along the Riverwalk may be incorporated in the future. The Susquehanna River Walk and Timber Trail projects lies within the Stateís Lumber Heritage Region, Pennsylvania WILDS and the Susquehanna Greenway System. Larson Design Group is the project engineer and Eastern Industries is the construction contractor.

Construction is expected to be complete by late Fall 2009.

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