Algonquin secures funds for GO TO 2040 projects
ALGONQUIN – The village of Algonquin has secured about $3.7 million in federal transportation funding for the construction of a pedestrian crossing at Randall Road and to improve trails in the downtown area, according to a village news release.
The money was awarded by the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning and is part of about $411 million that the federal government recently allocated to the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program, according to the release.
Just more than $3 million is slated for a Randall Road pedestrian crossing connecting Golden Eagle Drive and Stonegate Road.
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