Regional planners have awarded $9.9 million in public funding to 13 transportation improvement projects in Greater Portland.

The Portland Area Comprehensive Transportation System, or PACTS, announced the recipients Monday after the agency and the Maine Department of Transportation reviewed 21 funding applications that included highway, traffic signal, sidewalk and pathway projects. Most of the funding, 75 percent, comes from a two-year Federal Highway Administration grant and 25 percent is local funding.

The largest individual grant, $2.7 million, will pay for improved sidewalks, bike lanes, crosswalks and traffic signals in several places along Route 77, including the center of Cape Elizabeth, several locations in South Portland and along York Street in Portland. This project aims to improve safety for pedestrians, bicyclists and transit users along some high-volume local roadways.

Westbrook will receive $2.3 million for improvements to a section of William Clarke Drive from Mechanic Street to Conant Street. It is the final phase of improvements to the section of Route 25 that skirts downtown.

The work will include the addition of a second through-lane to increase the traffic capacity, as well as improvements to traffic signals, sidewalks and crosswalks. The project is designed to reduce traffic congestion and improve safety for pedestrians and bicyclists.

Here are the other projects to receive funding:

• Portland: $1 million for Washington Avenue signals and reconstruction near Cumberland Avenue; $510,510 for Congress Street traffic signal improvements from Preble Street to Temple Street; $367,500 for Allen Avenue pavement between Yale and Pennell streets; $215,000 for outer Brighton Avenue signals, sidewalks and paving.

• Gorham: $710,000 for downtown traffic signal and intersection improvements.

• Biddeford: $472,500 for Main Street rehabilitation from west of Adams Street to Lincoln Street.

• Saco: $362,799 for Market Street rehabilitation from Lincoln Street to Bridge Street.

• South Portland: $318,828 for Main Street multiuse path extension through Cash Corner; $251,625 for traffic signal improvements at Broadway and Evans Street and Broadway and Lincoln Street.

• Yarmouth: $569,000 for West Main Street rehabilitation from Elm Street to Bowdoin; $90,000 for Beth Condon pathway extension.