North Carolina grants will encourage students to walk to school

Sept. 9, 2009
Six schools in Charlotte area receive funds through Safe Routes to School Program

From The Charlotte Observer: North Carolina transportation officials are giving more than $1.1 million in grants in the Charlotte area for six projects designed to get more children walking or riding bicycles to school. They are among more than $3.6 million in grants announced by the state's Department of Transportation through its Safe Routes to School Program. The projects will include building sidewalks or greenways, and installing school zone signs, bicycle racks and pedestrian signals.

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