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Greeley Getting Grant To Boost Road Safety

The U.S. Department of Transportation is writing Greeley a check for close to $8 million dollars to help make roads safer.  The $7.9 milllion dollar grant is  part of the Safe Streets and Roads for All grant program.  The Greeley Tribune reports the grant is slated to be used by the city to pilot seed management technologies, conduct studies to increase viability of vulnerable road users and pilot quick build activities through feasibility studies that will inform Greeley’s Comprehensive Safety Action Plan.

 

The U.S. Department of Transportation awards Greeley nearly $8 million to improve road safety

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