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Oklahoma communities get opportunity to TAP into transportation improvement grants

Oklahoma communities get opportunity to TAP into transportation improvement grants

Sand Springs Leader
From Leader Reports
July 4, 2018  

Smaller communities in Oklahoma have an opportunity to turn their transportation improvement ideas into reality. Nearly $7 million in federal grant money is now available through the Transportation Alternative Program.

The TAP program aims at helping communities with a population of less than 5,000 to develop projects which can help other forms of transportation. This can include improvements like pedestrian and bicycle paths, crosswalks and elevated walk ways, safe routes to schools and other community enhancements. The TAP fund covers 80 percent of the project while the other 20 percent must be matched by local entities or sponsors... FULL ARTICLE

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