$28 million in infrastructure grants awarded for six Pennsylvania airports

Six airports in Pennsylvania will receive $28 million in infrastructure grants awarded by the Federal Aviation Administration as part of the $3.18 billion in Airport Improvement Program.

The following airports will receive grants:

– $7.89 million to Arnold Palmer Regional in Latrobe to widen Runway 6-24.

– $99,000 to Delaware Valley Regional in Philadelphia for a Metropolitan System Plan Study.

– $102,717 to Northeast Philadelphia in Philadelphia for the reconstruction of Runway 6-24 (Phase III).

– $13.41 million to Philadelphia International in Philadelphia for the reconstruction of Taxiway K (Phase I).

– $2.60 million to Pittsburgh International for the purchase of snow removal equipment.

– $3.88 million to Allegheny County in West Mifflin for the reconstruction of an aircraft-parking apron.

The FAA will award grants to 354 airports in 44 states and two territories Micronesia and Puerto Rico. Selected projects include runway reconstruction and rehabilitation, construction of firefighting facilities, and the maintenance of taxiways, aprons, and terminals.


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