A handful of local municipalities are getting provincial cash to continue to improve cycling infrastructure.
The province has announced a $93 million commitment to cycling infrastructure projects across Ontario, more than double what was originally committed, as part of a four-year municipal commuter plan.
Funding for the program, which aims to help the province reach its greenhouse gas emission reduction targets, comes from proceeds of the cap-and-trade program.
Belleville will get the biggest chunk at just under $430,000, followed by Quinte West at about $314,000, Prince Edward County at $60,000 and Centre Hastings at $25,000.
Just outside of the Quinte Region, but still close by, Kingston will get a little more than $1.3 million, while Cobourg is getting about $202,000.