Two Indiana airports receiving $10.5 million for infrastructure projects

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The U.S. Department of Transportation will award $10.5 million in airport infrastructure grants to two airports in the state of Indiana.

Indianapolis International Airport will receive $4.2 million to rehabilitate a runway, while Warsaw Municipal Airport will get $6.3 million to extend a runway.

“The robust economy is enabling more passengers to travel by air so this Administration is investing billions of dollars in America’s airports which will address safer airport operations, fewer airport delays, and greater ease of travel for air travelers,” U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao stated.

The Trump Administration has invested a $10.8 billion in more than two thousand American airports across the country for safety and infrastructure improvements since January 2017.


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