Medford receiving $400k in federal funding to improve road safety

MEDFORD, Ore.- Medford is receiving $400,000 in federal funding to improve road safety. This funding is a part of the Federal Department of Transportation’s “Safe Streets and Roads For All” grant program.

The grant gave a total of $2.65 million to the state of Oregon for road enhancement projects.

Medford Mayor Randy Sparacino says the funding will go towards developing a comprehensive action plan to prevent injuries for all road users.

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