HANOVER, Md. (WJZ) — Governor Larry Hogan announced Tuesday that Maryland has received $14.9 million in grants for bicycle, pedestrian and multi-use trail projects across the state.

The Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) is awarding a total of 63 grants, including $2.77 million in Bikeways Program grants, $1.03 million in Recreational Trails Program grants, and $11.1 million in Transportation Alternatives Program grants.

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MDOT awarded the grants to counties, municipalities and non-profit organizations.

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“I am committed to improving transportation in every corner of our great state,” said Hogan. “With this $14.9 million investment, we’re providing key connections that better link all transportation options and improve safety in 21 counties and 10 municipalities throughout Maryland from Western Maryland to the Eastern Shore.”

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A complete list of grant-funded projects for each program can be found here.