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Harry Reid Airport to Receive $46 Million in 2024 from Bipartisan Infrastructure Law

A total of $60.9 million will be allocated to multiple Nevada airports in 2024.

Exterior photo of Harry Reid International Airport (Courtesy of LAS)

This week, U.S. Senator Jacky Rosen (D-NV), chair of the Senate subcommittee overseeing tourism, announced that $60.9 million from the Airport Infrastructure Grant Program authorized by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will be allocated to Nevada airports in 2024.

The total allocation includes more than $46 million for Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas, more than $6.9 million for Reno-Tahoe International Airport, nearly $1.9 million for Boulder City Municipal Airport, and more than $1 million for Elko Regional Airport. An additional 26 airports in Nevada received funding totaling more than $5 million.

Earlier this year, Senator Rosen announced that Harry Reid International Airport to receive $31 million in funding from the Airport Terminal Program of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to go toward major terminal improvements across the airport.