Indiana Airports Receive Grants

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Indianapolis International Airport is one of many Indiana airports to receive federal funding Indianapolis International Airport is one of many Indiana airports to receive federal funding
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Dozens of Indiana airports have received federal funding in the form of infrastructure grants from the U.S. Department of Transportation. A total of 232 airports in 43 states were awarded $478 million in grants.

This round is the fourth allotment from a total of $3.18 billion in Federal Aviation Administration Airport Improvement Program funding. 

Indiana cities/airports receiving funding:

  • Auburn - $518,220 to extend runway
  • Bloomington - $1.16 million to rehabilitate taxiway
  • Columbus - $360,000 to update airport master plan
  • Connersville - $982,300 to rehabilitate runway
  • Crawfordsville - $150,000 to build a terminal building
  • Delphi - $150,000 to build building
  • Elkhart - $1.125 million to install perimeter fencing
  • Evansville - $8.9 million to rehabilitate apron
  • Fishers - $300,000 to install perimeter fencing
  • Goshen - $540,000 to rehabilitate taxiway
  • Greencastle - $385,553 to install fencing
  • Eagle Creek Airport - $150,000 to install fencing
  • State of Indiana - $720,265 to update system plan
  • Indianapolis downtown - $77,966 to build fuel farm
  • Indianapolis combined 4 grants - $5.2 million for lighting, security, rehabilitate taxiway and apron
  • Jeffersonville - $683,100 to extend runway
  • Kendalville - $150,000 to build building
  • Knox - $576,288 to extend runway
  • LaPorte - $945,100 to rehabilitate runway and apron
  • Logansport - $823,500 to rehabilitate runway lighting
  • Madison - $1.093 million to install perimeter fencing
  • Marion - $750,000 to build taxiway
  • McCordsville - $360,000 to update master plan
  • North Vernon - $144,090 to build taxiway
  • Paoli - $2.921 million to extend runway
  • Peru - $35,000 to rehabilitate runway lighting
  • Salem - $150,000 to build runway
  • Seymour - $455,717 to rehabilitate taxiway
  • Shelbyville - $1.469 million to rehabilitate runway
  • Tell City - $71,820 to rehabilitate runway lighting
  • Winimac - $63,000 to rehabilitate runway lighting

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