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9/1/2020 - Greensburg Airport listed to receive funds - Click here to print this information

WASHINGTON U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine L. Chao announced today that the Trump Administration will award more than $1.2 billion in airport safety and infrastructure grants through the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to 405 airports in 50 states and six U.S. territories.

This $1.2 billion federal investment will improve our nations airport infrastructure, enhance safety, and strengthen growth in local communities, which is especially important as the economy recovers from COVID-19, said U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine L. Chao.

The Department is awarding federal grants to the following airports in the State of Indiana:
$155,000 to Anderson Municipal-Darlington Field to rehabilitate an apron and taxiway.
$166,666 to DeKalb County Airport to purchase land for approaches.
$1,437,450 to Virgil I Grissom Municipal Airport in Bedford to build a taxiway.
$220,000 to Monroe County Airport to install signage.
$2,793,500 to Columbus Municipal Airport to install perimeter fencing.
$316,606 to Hendricks County-Gordon Graham Field to rehabilitate a runway and runway lighting.
$2,188,911 to Evansville Regional to improve a safety area, update a terminal building and rehabilitate a taxiway.
$59,200 to Frankfort Municipal Airport to update a hangar.
$153,110 to French Lick Municipal Airport to extend a taxiway and expand an apron.
$374,416 to Greensburg Municipal Airport to build a runway.
$166,666 to Griffith-Merrillville Airport to seal apron joints.
$1,803,463 to Huntington Municipal Airport to rehabilitate a runway.
$10,391,837 to Indianapolis International Airport to rebuild a runway and taxiway, and create infrastructure for the Voluntary Airport Low Emissions Program (VALE).
$1,000,000 to Kentland Municipal Airport to build an apron.
$316,666 to LaPorte Municipal to update the airports master plan.
$719,000 to Purdue University Airport to buy an airport rescue and firefighting vehicle.
$166,030 to Logansport/Cass County Airport to update the airports master plan.
$145,885 to Madison Municipal to purchase land, build an apron and improve airport obstruction marking.
$166,666 to Indianapolis Regional Airport in McCordsville to update the airports master plan.
$736,775 to Michigan City Municipal-Phillips Field to purchase land.
$55,284 to White County Airport to extend a runway.
$192,575 to New Castle Henry County Marlatt Field to purchase land.
$166,666 to Paoli Municipal Airport to improve a fuel farm.
$341,623 to Portland Municipal Airport to extend a runway.
$535,307 to Jasper County Airport to purchase land.
$167,340 to Fulton County Airport to update signage, navigational aids, lighting and beacons.
$286,111 to Salem Municipal Airport to extend a runway.
$96,000 to Freeman Municipal Airport in Seymour to rehabilitate an apron.
$13,319,538 to South Bend International Airport to rebuild a taxiway.
$270,601 to Sullivan County Airport to seal runway surfaces.
$588,750 to Perry County Municipal Airport to rehabilitate runway lighting.
$50,000 to Terre Haute Regional Airport Hulman Field for an airport wildlife assessment program.
$165,000 to Porter County Regional Airport to install perimeter fencing.
$1,927,524 to Warsaw Municipal Airport to rehabilitate a runway.
The 434 AIP grants will fund critical airport infrastructure projects around the country, said FAA Administrator Stephen M. Dickson.

Since January 2017, the Trump Administration delivered $13.5 billion to Americas airports to improve infrastructure and safety. In 2020, the Administration delivered $10 billion in economic assistance to Americas airports during the COVID-19 public health emergency.


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