Ferrisburgh gets $500K to help boost safety

THIS AERIAL SHOT shows where new grant-funded sidewalks and a signalized crosswalk will be installed within the next four years at the Ferrisburgh intersection of Route 7 with Little Chicago and Middlebrook roads. The sidewalks will give access to several public buildings in the village area, including providing safer access to the Ferrisburgh Central School. 

Ferrisburgh has been awarded a $500,000 federal grant through the Vermont Agency of Transportation that will pay 80% of the cost to install a signalized crosswalk and 640 feet of new sidewalks at Route 7’s intersection with Little Chicago and Middlebrook roads. 

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