Flagstaff gets $32.5 million in latest release of federal infrastructure act funds

September 19, 2022

Federal officials announced the release of $32.5 million for pedestrian improvements along Flagstaff’s Downtown Mile, the largest portion of what one official said will be the biggest transit investment in the city in years, and the only Arizona project to win this type of funding in this round .

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Tags: pedestrian safety, San Francisco Street, Downtown Mile Safety and Connectivity Improvement Project, O’Halleran, Congress, Flagstaff, coconino county board of supervisors, Bipartisan Infrastructure Act, Downtown Mile, federal funds, Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway, US Department of Transportation, transportation

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