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WOODBINE ATTEMPTING TO GET FUNDING FOR SAFE ROUTE TO SCHOOL

Woodbine has made an application to get safe routes to school. Mayor William Pikolycky announced that the borough made an application for two inter-related projects that total $240,000. The Bikeways category ($200,000) includes purchase and installation of bicycle racks for the Community School/Community Gymnasium/Library Complex and construction of the Heilprin Avenue Bikeway along Webster Street and Monroe Avenue to the Community School Complex. The Complex is adjacent to the Open Space EcoPark which will also benefit from this infrastructure. The Pedestrian Safety/Bikeway category ($40,000) includes the purchase and installation of electronic traffic signalization for Webster Street and DeHirsch Avenue.

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