City applies to TransLink for cost-share funding

The city is applying to TransLink’s cost-share funding programs in hopes of receiving up to $4.4 million towards 13 pedestrian, cycling and road improvement projects.

These projects include updating a number of major intersections, adding paved off-street pathways for pedestrian and cyclist use and continuing to upgrade bus stops to provide for universal accessibility.

Hannah Scott, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Richmond Sentinel