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TRURO – Three Colchester County sustainable transportation projects have received provincial funding.
Bible Hill-Valley Bikeway Corridor, a potential mini-bus system with a fixed route called the ‘Hub Bus’ development project, and a marketing program to promote active transportation in Nova Scotia, with pilot projects in several communities throughout the county received Nova Scotia Moves grants.
The Bible Hill-Valley Bikeway Corridor received $43, 500. The ‘Hub Bus’ project received $42,800. The marketing program received $40,250.
The cash will cover half of the remaining cost to finish each project and will go towards data collection, education and social marketing as well as active transportation and community transit.


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