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The following sections describe specific funding sources and strategies that can be used as part of the overall process to support and institutionalize pedestrian improvements.
For a broad picture of how transportation projects get funded, visit FHWA’s Citizen’s Guide to Transportation Decisionmaking.

The funding toolbox is comprised of four sections:

City of Seattle Funding Programs
Regional, State, and Federal Grants
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