$80m in US funds for bike projects unspent in Mass.
State ranks last, tapping 37% of grants since 1991
WASHINGTON - Despite a recent declaration by Governor Deval Patrick that encouraging bicycling is a priority for his administration, Massachusetts ranks last in the nation among all states in requesting federal funds for bike lanes, rail-trails, and similar improvements and has failed to use more than $80 million set aside for the state. (Full article: 928 words)
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