Ten Florida Airports To Share $112 Million In Federal Infrastructure Funds


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Palm Beach International Airport is receiving a portion of a $112 million grant that's aimed at improving travel quality.

The money is coming from the federal Infrastructure Law.

The U.S. Department of Transportation says the purpose of the grant in Florida airports is to ensure key investments are made to ensure travelers have a safe, efficient and enjoyable experience.

PBIA is one of ten airports in the state to share in the money. The $7 million will fund a portion of the airport's Phase 2 of the "Concourse B Expansion and Rehabilitation Project."

Among the other airports to get funding are Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International, which is getting $50 million to connect all terminals post-security.

No other airport is getting as much money.

Here's a rundown of airports receiving grants:

$50 million to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport

$27 million to Miami International Airport for two projects

$8 million to Southwest Florida International Airport in Fort Myers

$1 million to Orlando Sanford International Airport

$6 million to St. Petersburg-Clearwater International Airport

$2 million to Space Coast Regional Airport in Titusville

$950,000 to Venice Municipal Airport

$500,000 to Williston Municipal Airport

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