Borough of State College to receive PennDOT grant
More than $78,000 will fund a new pedestrian bridge in Walnut Springs Park
STATE COLLEGE, Aug. 25 – Rep. Paul Takac, D-Centre, announced that the Borough of State College will receive a grant from Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s Multimodal Transportation Fund for a project in Walnut Springs Park.
The borough will receive $78,991 to construct a pedestrian bridge in Walnut Springs Park.
“This new pedestrian bridge in Walnut Springs Park enhances the safety of the residents who use these trails, while protecting the natural environment of this unique park, which connects the Borough of State College and Thompson Woods Nature Preserve in College Township,” Takac said. “I continue to work to fund projects in the 82nd Legislative District and Centre County that improve quality of life and showcase the best of the central PA region.”
PennDOT will accept additional applications for grants from the Multimodal Transportation Fund starting Sept. 25. Applications are due by 4 p.m. Nov. 10.
The MTF allocates funding to ensure transportation is available to all Pennsylvanians.