Projects will boost safety for cyclists and walkers
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More than £3 million is to be spent on roads in Salford to improve safety and enhance cycling and walking schemes during the next 12 months. The Department of Transport (DfT) has allocated cash for highway maintenance to all 10 authorities in Greater Manchester with Salford getting £3.143m.
Nearly £2.5m has immediately been set aside for a number of schemes, agreed by councillors at Salford's Property/Regeneration Briefing.
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