Grant funding will enable a trail network to link Lafayette's campus with downtown Easton
WFMZ-TV reports on the renovations that are planned for Easton in 2022, including a new trail system that will provide better access between downtown Easton and the College.
In November, the College received a grant to fund a pedestrian-friendly public pathway that will provide a safe, accessible route, extending diagonally across the escarpment from behind the William E. Simon Center for Economics and Business to the Karl Stirner trailhead at North Third Street.
Maurice Luker, executive director of corporate, foundation, and government relations at the College, told the news outlet, “We’ll have places for people to relax, benches. We hope to have artwork along the way to extend the idea of the Karl Sterner Arts Trail.”