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What does RTP stand for?

RTP stands for Recreational Trails Program

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The Massachusetts Recreational Trails Program provides grants for a variety of trail protection, construction, and stewardship projects throughout Massachusetts.
Columbus City Council gave its approval last week to apply for funding for the Hospital Lake Trail through the Game and Parks Commission s Recreational Trails Program, which uses funds generated by a federal tax on fuel for off-road recreational vehicles to support trails and other projects.
Recreational Trails Program Advisory Committee, the Department of Transportation will provide or grant funding to non-profits to provide the following services for District trails: maintain and restore existing trails; develop and rehabilitate trailside and trailhead facilities and trail linkages; purchase and lease trail construction and maintenance equipment; construct new trails; acquire easements or property for trails; assess trail conditions for accessibility and maintenance; develop and disseminate publications and operate educational programs to promote safety and environmental protection related to trails (including supporting non-law enforcement trail safety and trail use monitoring patrol programs, and providing trail-related training).
Funding for these grants comes from Growing Greener II, a voter-approved $625 million bond issue to clean up rivers and streams; protect natural areas, open spaces and working farms; and shore up key programs to improve quality of life and revitalize communities across the commonwealth; the Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund (Key '93), a DCNR fund generated from a portion of the realty transfer tax; the Pennsylvania Recreational Trails Program, funded through the federal Recreational Trails Program; and the ATV/Snowmobile Fund, funded through ATV and snowmobile fines and registrations.