The provincial government is using gas tax to help fund public transit in Ontario.
Municipalities across the province have received an allocated amount of funding.
Cobourg will see $203,915, Port Hope is receiving $164,955 and Brighton is going to get $506,885.
The amount is based on how much gas is used in each community.
For reference, Toronto is receiving $184,994,655.
Municipalities receiving gas tax funding must use these funds towards their public transit capital and/or operating expenditures.
That can include upgrading transit infrastructure, increasing accessibility, purchasing transit vehicles, adding more routes and extending hours of service.