Looks like the Land and Water Conservation Fund is likely to be reauthorized, on a permanent basis
While the LWCF is known for land purchases and related improvements for large parks and forests, it also funds urban projects like playgrounds as well as shared use paths for cyclists, pedestrians, and sometimes equestrian uses.
The Denver Post reports that Colorado Senator Cory Gardner has been key to getting the bill towards passage ("Cory Gardner shepherds massive public lands bill toward vote, but Michael Bennet wants more for Colorado").
Each day the fund is not reauthorized costs $2.4 million in foregone revenue, which comes from offshore oil royalties.
-- The Land and Water Conservation Fund Coslition