It’s infrastructure week again in America, and news outlets in key swing states continue to highlight how the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill is creating good-paying jobs, lowering costs for working families, and rebuilding our nation’s crumbling infrastructure. Airports across the country will receive billions of dollars thanks to President Biden and congressional Democrats who are delivering on their campaign promises.
See for yourself how the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill helps our country compete in the 21st Century:
Cleveland Business Journal: Cleveland Hopkins, Other NE Ohio Airports Get Infrastructure Money.
- “Cleveland Hopkins International Airport will get the largest share of nearly $254 million from President Biden’s infrastructure bill that will help nearly 100 airports across Ohio.”
- “The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration announced Thursday Arizona’s 58 airports will receive $69.5 million over the next year for infrastructure improvements. The funds are made available by the recently-approved Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, which Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) helped negotiate.”
- “Piedmont Triad International Airport, the topic of much recent discussion about expansion plans, will be getting a perhaps unprecedented influx of more than $5 million from the recently passed federal infrastructure bill.”
- “Erie International Airport will receive more than $1.4 million from the recently signed Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. The Airport Infrastructure Grant is for the 2022 fiscal year, the office of U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, D-PA, announced Thursday morning. Erie is among 62 Pennsylvania airports that will share $70 million in funding from the grant.”
Vernon County Times: Viroqua Airport To Receive Funding Under The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law
- “Rep. Ron Kind announced that Wisconsin airports will receive $39.7 million in funding under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, with over $4.3 million headed to airports in the Third Congressional District. The money can be invested in runways, taxiways, safety and sustainability projects as well as terminal, airport-transit connections, and roadway projects. More funding for Wisconsin airports is expected in years to come.”
- “The money is the first of $15 billion from the $1 trillion Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill that Congress passed last month, with the biggest chunk by far, $63.8 million, going to DFW International Airport. Dallas Love Field is also getting $16.4 million.”
Alaska Public Media: Federal infrastructure bill sends $80M to Alaska airports
- “Money from the $1.2 trillion Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill is flowing to Alaska airports. The U.S. Department of Transportation is sending Alaska a total of $80 million for safety and capital improvements in the first year of the five-year infrastructure program, approved by Congress last month.”