Georgia Study Indicates $103 Million in Improvements Needed for State’s Air Cargo System

A Georgia study identified more than $103 million in air cargo investments at Georgia airports to keep up with growing demands, and state taxpayers may fund at least some of the projects.

The Statewide Air Cargo Study conducted for the Georgia Department of Transportation recommended the state create an Air Cargo Working Group to, in part, advocate for funding from the state legislature. The study does not include the air cargo investment needed at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the country’s 13th busiest air cargo airport.

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Atlanta’s Airport to Receive $18.4M Federal Grant to Reconstruct Aging Taxiways

The feds are sending millions more to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

The U.S. Department of Transportation has awarded a more than $18.4 million grant to reconstruct taxiways at the world’s busiest airport.

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