Jan 04, 2022


January 4, 2022

Contact: Julia Hamelburg (julia.hamelburg@wisdems.org)

Flying High in 2022 Thanks to President Biden’s Infrastructure Deal

Infrastructure Law Invests in Wisconsin’s Airports

MADISON, Wis. – Wisconsin’s airports are flying high with federal funds thanks to President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. This historic legislation will provide $15 billion to revamp the country’s runways, taxiways, and invest in safety and sustainability projects while also helping to rebuild and expand terminals, airport-transit connections, and roadway projects.

In Wisconsin, the following commercial airports are expected to receive funding during the first year of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law:

  • Appleton International Airport: $3,089,895
  • Central Wisconsin Airport in Mosinee: $1,605,349
  • Chippewa Valley Regional Airport in Eau Claire: $1,015,736
  • Dane County Regional Airport-Truax Field in Madison: $5,023,687
  • General Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee: $8,962,017
  • Green Bay-Austin Straubel International Airport: $2,810,945
  • La Crosse Regional Airport: $1,359,313
  • Rhinelander-Oneida County Airport: $1,017,639

An additional 78 airfields and airports across the state will also see federal funds in 2022. See a complete list of Wisconsin airports that will benefit from the infrastructure law here

Read more about the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law’s impact on local airports below: