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Programs make walking, biking more appealing

Two Golden Belt communities are among 14 statewide to share nearly $1 million to encourage children to walk or bicycle to school via the Safe Routes to School program administered by the Kansas Department of Transportation
The communities, including Ellsworth and Jetmore, will share $945,250 in federal money set aside for projects including development of a Safe Routes to School plan and infrastructure construction.
Created in 2005, the federal program enables and encourages children, including those who are disabled, to walk or bicycle to school, makes walking or biking to school safe and appealing and facilitates projects that will ...


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