Transport schemes across Wales will share in a £31.4M programme announced today by Economy and Infrastructure Secretary, Ken Skates.
Speaking in Newport, he said the money would be given for 109 local authority projects across Wales.
The allocation comprises four different funds with the focus on helping deliver a connected, safe and active Wales.
It comprises £20 million through the Local Transport Fund, nearly £4 million from the Road Safety Capital Grant, £5.5 million through the Safe Routes in Communities Grant and almost £2 million for road safety education and training programmes.
The Economy Secretary announced the successful projects at the Active Northern Corridor project in Newport – an active travel scheme which started in 2015 and will be extended and completed with £1m of further funding.