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Vermont communities receive $1.8M in transportation grants

The Vermont Downtown Development Board recently awarded 11 downtowns and villages $1.8 million in Downtown Transportation Fund grants to support projects to improve safety, access, and transportation.

“Vermont communities are working tirelessly to ensure our roads serve all modes of transportation,” Alex Farrell, Department of Housing and Community Development commissioner and Downtown Board chairman, said. “By prioritizing pedestrians, cyclists, and public transit, we are creating safer, more inclusive, and sustainable environments for everyone. This joint investment by the Vermont Agency of Transportation and the Agency of Commerce and Community Development reflects our shared and ongoing commitment to improving quality of life and fostering vibrant, connected communities.”

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