The Town of Tisbury has received a $371,851 state grant to make improvements at the Steamship Authority terminal and other key locations for pedestrian and bike traffic, according to a press release from the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (DOT).
The funds will be used to upgrade sidewalks, remove a southbound lane on Water Street, extend curbs to shorten pedestrian crossing distances, upgrade bus shelters, and expand the shared-use path between Beach Street and Veterans Memorial Park, the release states.
The grants, part of $7.8 million given to 22 communities, were announced Friday in Chelmsford by Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito and acting DOT administrator Jonathan Gulliver.
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