Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao announces grants for Utah airports

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WASHINGTON, DC (ABC4 News) – The Department of Transportation announced on Wednesday it will issue infrastructure grants to 127 airports across the United States, including in Utah.

$18.7 Million of the $779 of intended supplemental funding to three airports in the state, Roosevelt, Bryce Canyon, and Moab. 

“This supplemental funding allows us to invest in important infrastructure needs at the nation’s
airports, especially those serving smaller and rural communities,” said U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine L. Chao, in a statement.

The Federal Aviation Administration says it’s a part of a plan to improve safety and efficiency of airports across the country. To learn more about the grants, visit the FAA website. 

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