MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - The Vermont Transportation Agency is distributing up to $2 million in federal funds toward projects to expand bicycle and pedestrian paths throughout the state.
Program Manager Jon Kaplan tells Vermont Public Radio the program is accepting applications for projects.
Towns are required to match the money they get if their proposal is accepted. Federal, state and local sources help pay for the projects.
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