FAA Allocates Funding for Airport Infrastructure Projects

The investment will support 45 projects in 22 states.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is allocating $76.1 million for 45 airport infrastructure projects across 22 states, funded under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. These grants intend to enhance airport facilities, including terminal expansions and baggage system upgrades.

“Millions of Americans fly every day, and it’s important that our nation’s airports be equipped to handle such a volume of passengers,” said Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg. He continued that the grants “will make key improvements to ensure passengers move safely and efficiently through our airports.”

FAA Associate Administrator for Airports Shannetta Griffin said, “These grants help make key improvements that enhance safety and efficiency at airports of all sizes across the nation.”

The funded projects include rehabilitating terminal buildings, reconstructing taxiways and runways, and installing infrastructure to safeguard pavement integrity and minimize debris.

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For Administrator Michael Whitaker to be discerning in his management of the Federal Aviation Administration.
  • For wisdom for Associate Administrator Griffin as she oversees the funding of airport infrastructure projects.

Sources: Department of Transportation


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