Pullman/Moscow airport receives more than $1 million in infrastructure grants

Budget Delays In Washington DC Impact Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport

PULLMAN, Wash. — The Pullman/Moscow Regional Airport and Ephrata Municipal Airport received $1,204,754 in federal infrastructure improvement grants.

The funding was announced on Wednesday for three different Washington airports.

The Pullman/Moscow Regional Airport received $1,045,754 to help pay for a new terminal building. It will fund new baggage sorting and delivery areas.

The Ephrata Municipal Airport is receiving $159,000 to reconstruct 275 feet of the current taxiway pavement.

“Washington airports are continuing to grow, and getting much-needed infrastructure dollars to help secure future capacity is important,” U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell said.

The Ocean Shores Municipal Airport is receiving $110,000 to remove tree and shrub obstructions from the Runway 33 approach path.

These funds from the Airport Infrastructure Grant program was made possible by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, which includes $25 billion for nationwide airport infrastructure improvements.

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