P.E.I. roads seeing tune ups with over $7 million in provincial, federal funding
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BROOKVALE, P.E.I. — The federal and provincial governments are offering greater than $7 million in joint funding in the direction of a number of lively transportation initiatives throughout P.E.I.
The cash will probably be used to construct a 3.1-kilometre lively transport pathway alongside Route 13 in Brookvale that may see 1.2 metres of paved shoulders added to every facet of the highway.
Plans for the funding additionally embody rehabilitating three lively transportation pathways at varied areas all through the province for a mixed size of about 25.9 kilometres.
A number of kilometres of paved shoulders are being added to Route 20 in Kensington, Route 17 in Decrease Montague and Route 15 in Brackley.
Malpeque MP Heath MacDonald stated lively transportation pathways present residents and vacationers with low-carbon alternate options to travelling across the province.
“Having ample lively transportation infrastructure will assist construct wholesome and sustainable communities whereas additionally bettering pedestrian and bicycle owner security,” stated MacDonald.