Hudson and Stow receive road safety grants

The Executive Office of Public Safety and Security’s Office of Grants and Research (OGR) announced awards for the FY 2024 Municipal Road Safety (MRS) Grant Program. In the Third Middlesex District, Hudson’s Police Department will receive $39,704.75 and Stow’s Police Department will receive $19,932.44.
 
The MRS grant program makes federal funds available to provide police departments flexibility in addressing local traffic safety issues, allowing funding beyond enforcement to include: equipment options and developing novel traffic-safety programs. The goal is to support traditional enforcement activities and develop new strategies to reduce roadway crashes, injuries, fatalities in MA.

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