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Nearly 20 Communities Awarded Complete Streets Funding

9 days ago   |   By Massachusetts Healthy Aging Collaborative

Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito joined Transportation Secretary and CEO Stephanie Pollack, Highway Administrator Jonathan Gulliver, and local officials in Springfield to announce funding awards totaling $5.1 million to eighteen communities through the Complete Streets Funding Program to support local, multimodal infrastructure projects that improve accessibility for people walking, biking, taking transit, and using other forms of transportation.
The Complete Streets program is also an opportunity for Age- and Dementia Friendly Communities looking for funding support to improve the...
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