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Walking, Biking Trail in Brick to Receive Protection from Illegal ATVs

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The Airport Tract bike and walking path in Brick. (Photo: Daniel Nee)
The Airport Tract bike and walking path in Brick. (Photo: Daniel Nee)
Illegal all-terrain vehicles have accessed a popular biking and walking trail in Brick, leading to damage on the property. In response, the trail will be receiving new protections.

The Airport Tract trail, which runs between Drum Point and Cherry Quay roads, will receive guard rails at its entrances, said Council President Paul Mummolo.

“The township has experienced problems with dirt bikes and quad vehicles damaging the trail,” he said.

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The guard rails will prevent ATVs and similar vehicles from accessing the paths. Their installation will be funded by a $24,000 grant from the state, which will also include some repairs to areas that have sustained damage.


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  • Smokin

    Cameras at entrances would help..way over due for parks that were posted and promised at completion and used during past election as a safety feature to neighborhoods..

  • J W

    Kids on dirtbikes have messed up the Sawmill Trail too. They seem to like causing physical damage to the trail by ripping up the walk way itself.