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Lyman requests $383K in federal funds for alternative transportation route

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Proposed multi-use pathway in Lyman (Source: SCDOT) Proposed multi-use pathway in Lyman (Source: SCDOT)
LYMAN, SC (FOX Carolina) -

The South Carolina Department of Transportation said the Town of Lyman is one of three locations in the state identified to possibly join the 2017 Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP).

The program seeks federal funding for communities to create "non-traditional transportation" routes, allowing for activities like pedestrian and cycling traffic.

The Town of Lyman is seeking $383,856 in federal funds for the third phase of the Lyman Livability Connections project. The new funding would allow for the creation of a multi-use pathway between Community Street at Spartanburg Road and Pacific Street.

Other projects on the table in the state for TAP include pedestrian improvements in Florence and O'Neal Street sidewalk improvements in Newberry.

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