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Safe routes to schools get federal money

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More than $1 million in federal funds is heading to the Capital Region to pay for infrastructure improvements and public education campaigns aimed at encouranging young children to walk and bike safely to school. "The projects supported by this round of federal funding will help children get to school safely by providing features such as sidewalks, multi-use paths, crosswalks and pedestrian signals near schools," said state Department of Transportation Commissioner Joan McDonald in a statement. ...

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