LANSING, Mich. (AP) -- Projects including nonmotorized trails and streetscape improvements in Alger, Lenawee, Muskegon and Washtenaw counties and Detroit are getting a share of more than $2.6 million in federal money.
The state on Tuesday announced the federal Transportation Enhancement grant money.
The projects in Alger, Muskegon and Washtenaw counties include bike paths, bike lanes or a combination of both. Streetscape improvements are planned in the Lenawee County community of Blissfield.
Money also will help pay for a portion of the Detroit RiverWalk near the Detroit/Wayne County Port Authority's new public dock and terminal.
More details on the projects are listed on the Michigan Department of Transportation's website.
Michigan Department of Transportation: http://www.michigan.gov/mdot
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