NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Gov. Bill Haslam has announced transportation grants for four cities in Tennessee.

The projects are in the cities of Fayetteville, Franklin, Murfreesboro and Pulaski.

A $1.1 million grant administered by the Tennessee Department of Transportation will provide a pedestrian connection between Stone Bridge Park and Camp Blount in Fayetteville.

Separate grants of $1 million will improve sidewalks in Murfreesboro and help build a trail in Franklin that will connect residential areas, schools, shopping and city centers.

A $617,000 grant in Pulaski involves sidewalk improvements and landscaping.

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