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Safe Routes to Schools Grant Funding Awarded to Prince George's County
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Maryland Lt. Governor Brown will announce a major award of funding to Prince George's County through the State's Safe Routes to Schools Program to enhance student pedestrian safety on Friday morning, September 9, 2011,10:30 AM,  at Glenridge Elementary, 7200 Gallatin Street, Landover Hills, Maryland. 

 

Eleven schools in Prince George's County and more than 6,000 students will benefit from a $1.2 million grant out of a total of $3.2 million awarded to only 11 jurisdictions throughout the State.

 

Funds will be administered through the Prince George's County Department of Public Works and Transportation to install and/or expand sidewalk networks leading to five of the 11 schools, which include Glenridge, Woodridge, Robert R. Gray, Oakcrest and Highland Park Elementary schools.  The remainder of the schools will be served through local municipal governments. 

 

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