The signing of the massive infrastructure bill by President Biden could help speed up the expansion of the Redmond Airport terminal.
Plans to double the size of the terminal that were expected to take 10 to 15 years can now potentially be completed in half that time due to the availability of funds from Biden’s bill, said Zachary Bass, the airport’s director.
The $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill includes billions of dollars to upgrade America’s transportation network, including roads, bridges and airports. Central Oregon, the state’s fastest-growing region in both population and economy, is expected to receive millions of dollars to fund projects.
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