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Vancouver bike and pedestrian projects receive grants

By , Columbian business reporter

The Southwest Washington Regional Transportation Council’s Board of Directors announced Wednesday that it has selected five bike and pedestrian projects in Clark County to receive about $1.59 million in federal Transportation Alternatives funding.

The two largest grants will go toward construction of the Northeast Hazel Dell Avenue Sidewalk project ($600,000) and the Evergreen Highway Path in Vancouver ($500,000). The remainder will go toward design work on the Highway 99 Sidewalk project ($145,000), the Pacific Highway Shared Use Path in La Center ($200,000) and Segment 4 of the Port of Vancouver’s Renaissance Trail project ($140,000).