The Vermont Agency of Transportation is awarding more than $4 million in grant money dedicated to bicycle and pedestrian paths across the state. VTrans says the money is for infrastructure improvements which will go to either planning or construction projects. The awards went to municipalities both large and small across Vermont to make it safer and more accessible for those who wish to bike or walk. The awards also include federal funds which allowed the state to grant money at higher levels than they have in the past.
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