Millions of Dollars Awarded to FW Schools to Make Them Safer for Kids on Street

As Fort Worth schools go back to class on Monday, it will soon be easier for students to walk and bike safely to school.

The North Central Texas Council of Governments awarded more than $3.2 million through the Safe Routes to School project to the city of Fort Worth, Fort Worth Independent School District and Blue Zones Project. The city of Fort Worth matched those funds to have a total of $6.4 million to be used for infrastructure improvements to the schools.

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