BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - It's getting easier for hikers to navigate through parks and trails in Erie County.
New signs along the Shoreline Trail offer a unique and consistent way for visitors to get information on directions and regional information. The signs feature maps and facts about the area.
Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz said, "We know the various ways we can enjoy this area, and we're very proud we have these signs out here which let the native know what they can do this area, but also those who visit. And we have many people who visit to take advantage of the beautiful sites we have here along the Niagara River."
The 56 signs are along a trail of about ten miles.
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