If you see construction on what’s known as the Cow Point property on Stokes Road, don’t be alarmed. A bike path is coming.
Township officials announced Tuesday that crews are constructing the path, which is part of the Medford Bicycle Plan and will travel along Branin Road, on the north edge of the preserved 150-acre site owned by the township since 2008.
A small pavilion is also part of the work, according to a municipal news release.
In addition to the bike path, a bicycle lane is planned for the north side of Himmelein and Taunton roads, which will be restriped to connect with a planned lane from Himmelein to Tuckerton roads.
A $400,000 grant from the New Jersey Department of Transportation is covering the cost of the work.