Town of Apple Valley Completes Safe Routes to School Projects

According to the Victorville Daily Press, February 23, 2021, students who walk or bike to four local schools will now have safer routes to travel after the Town of Apple Valley completed several roadway improvement projects. Town officials announced that the completed improvements were identified as priorities in the “Town’s Safe Routes to Schools Master Plan” that was adopted by the Town Council in 2017. The projects focused on the most commonly used routes to Sandia Academy, Apple Valley High School, Mariana Academy and the Rio Vista School of Applied Learning. The California Department of Transportation’s Senate Bill 1, better known as the gas tax, provided a $3.4 million grant to pay for the projects.

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