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Whatcom governments get $200K for traffic safety plan

Federal award intended to reduce fatal crashes

A top-down view of cars crowd the Samish Way intersections at Bill McDonald Parkway and 36th Street.
Cars crowd the Samish Way intersections at Bill McDonald Parkway and 36th Street in December 2022. A $200,000 grant awarded to Whatcom Council of Governments will help develop a plan for safety improvements in Bellingham and elsewhere in Whatcom County. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
A Whatcom County transportation planning agency will receive a $200,000 federal grant to reduce traf
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