WOODBURY — Gloucester County and three of its municipalities will receive a total of $385,000 in grant funding from the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission.

The grants, of federal and state funds, were part of the DVRPC’s Transportation and Community Development Initiative, aimed at coordinating local transportation improvements with land-use planning.

Gloucester County will get $125,000 for planning for county-wide land use in a master plan.

Woodbury will receive $75,000 for a development analysis for a transportation hub.

Woolwich Township will get $100,000 for updating land-use and transportation plans along Route 322.

Monroe Township will receive $85,000 for planning for a transportation master plan to connect schools, transit and recreation facilities with a regional pedestrian and bikeway system.