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Currently open in two disconnected segments, the State Route 141 Sidepath is a paved trail that follows the side of its namesake roadway along the edges of Wilmington, Delaware. Favoring function over beauty, the trail provides a means for cyclists and pedestrians to navigate the busy corridor while minimizing road crossings and exposure to vehicle traffic.
The southern segment picks up in a residential area off N Woodward Avenue, passing by nearby cul-de-sacs as it parallels the busy state route for about a mile before coming to an end north of Faulkland Road.
The northern segment begins further up the road at Barley Mill Plaza, where a new grocery and shopping development is slated to be built. This section runs on asphalt right next to the roadway, continuing for over half a mile before it turns into narrow sidewalk on Kennett Pike in Greenville.
While far from the most scenic part of the area's trail network, the State Route 141 Sidepath helps to fill in an important gap in the area's off-road transportation infrastructure, helping nearby residents commute to work or access nearby shops.
There is no dedicated parking for this trail; be sure to follow any posted parking signs and regulations when accessing the trail.
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