WASHINGTON, D.C. (Inside INdiana Business) — Airports in three Indiana cities have received grant funding from the U.S. Department of Transportation to be used for infrastructure upgrades. U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-IN) says airports in Indianapolis, Huntington and Warsaw were awarded millions in funding.
“After working to secure funding for Indiana’s infrastructure, I’m proud to announce these grant awards for Huntington, Indianapolis, and Warsaw airports,” said Senator Young. “I’ll continue to advocate for investments that strengthen our state’s infrastructure so we can remain the Crossroads of America.”
The Huntington Municipal Airport is set to receive $1.32 million for runway rehabilitation. Indianapolis International Airport has secured $1.1 million to reconstruct a taxiway and the Warsaw Municipal Airport will get $1.13 million to rehabilitate a runway.