FAA has distributed 94% of its grants-in-aid for airport improvement funding — more than $1 billion — for 301 projects, DOT Secretary Ray LaHood told a congressional hearing on how federal money is being spent under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Of the $200 million provided for F&E projects, FAA has been working on contract awards for ATC facility improvements, power system upgrades, new airport runway lighting, and navigation systems and other infrastructure projects, ...

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