More Indego stations, new miles of trails and protected bike lanes are some local transit projects that got a funding boost on Tuesday.
State officials announced that 51 transportation projects across Pennsylvania were set to receive a total of $33 million in federal funds.
The grants fund projects that will improve travel for public transit users, bicyclists and pedestrians.
The Philadelphia-region projects getting funding are:
The grants are from the federal Transportation Alternatives Program, which provides funds for a broad range of non-motorist-centric projects.
"Supporting transportation alternatives in our communities is vital to a transportation system that works for all Pennsylvanians," PennDot Secretary Leslie Richards said in a statement.