NewsPublic Affairs / July 11, 2019

Indiana Gets More Than $4M In Latest Round Of US Airport Grants

Indianapolis International Airport  will get $464,000 from the latest round of federal airport infrastructure grants to rehabilitate taxiway lighting. - redlegsfan21/CC-BY-SA-2.0

Indianapolis International Airport will get $464,000 from the latest round of federal airport infrastructure grants to rehabilitate taxiway lighting.

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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The latest round of federal airport infrastructure grants to Indiana include $1.47 million to Shelbyville Municipal Airport to rehabilitate a runway and more than $1.1 million to Elkhart Municipal Airport to install a perimeter fence.

The Federal Aviation Administration this week announced a total of $477 million in infrastructure grants nationwide, including more than $4.9 million for Indiana.

The Indiana grant awards also include $750,000 to Marion Municipal Airport to build a taxiway, $464,000 to Indianapolis International Airport to rehabilitate taxiway lighting, $150,000 to Crawfordsville Regional Airport to build a terminal building; $150,000 to Kendallville Municipal Airport to build a building, and $144,000 to North Vernon Airport to build a taxiway.

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