British Columbia: B-C is investing 24 million dollars this year for projects aimed at helping people who want to walk or cycle.
The province says 59 communities are getting active transportation infrastructure grants to improve or create new trails
sidewalks or bike lanes.
Dan Coulter, B-C’s minister of state for infrastructure and transit, says the grants of up to half-a-million-dollars each mean
communities can think bigger when tackling transportation challenges.
Another 21 communities are being given as much as 50-thousand dollars to develop active transportation network plans. (The Canadian Press)

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