'These grants will help strengthen our country's airports and the communities they serve by making investments that create jobs and increase safety, sustainability and accessibility,' said US Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg.
Some key airports receiving grants include the following:
Watertown International Airport will receive $2.2 million to install an upgraded approach lighting system.
Harlem Airport will receive $2.1 million to rehabilitate its runway, taxiway, and apron pavement surfaces, and to rehabilitate its runway edge lighting system.
General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport will receive $4 million to acquire electric charging stations for ground-servicing equipment.
Warren 'Bud' Woods Palmer Municipal Airport will receive $520,833 to improve airfield drainage and erosion control systems.
New Orleans Lakefront Airport will receive $543,056 to protect the airfield from floods due to high water level events of Lake Pontchartrain.
Denver International Airport will receive $16.4 million towards the construction of a new 5,000-foot taxiway
Stennis International Airport will receive $3.1 million to expand an apron to meet the growing demand for aircraft parking and to support third-party investment in hangar development.
Sarasota Bradenton International Airport will receive $3.7 million to add five new gates and apron loading areas to the existing terminal.
Ontario International Airport will receive $15.2 million to reconstruct 832,000 square feet of taxiways and their connectors.
Chicago Rockford International Airport will receive $3 million to construct a taxiway.
Buffalo Niagara International Airport will receive $13.3 million for a runway reconstruction project.
Ellison Onizuka Kona International Airport will receive $2.2 million to remove and replace 15,000 feet of an airfield perimeter fence.