In late October, the U.S. Dept. of Transportation’s Maritime Administration awarded 41 port projects nationwide a total of $703 million in funding as part of this year's Port Infrastructure Development grants program.
Four Alaska projects received a total of $112.5 million in grants for four separate projects, making it the largest amount for any state. The $68.7 million to reconfiguring and realigning the shoreline at the Port of Alaska in Anchorage was the largest single grant awarded.
Five projects in Washington received $72.5 million in grants and one project in Oregon received $24.4 million.
|Terminal 5 Export, Expansion, and Emissions Reduction Project||Port of Seattle||$17 million|
|Grays Harbor Terminal 4 Expansion & Redevelopment Project||Port of Grays Harbor||$25.5 million|
|Intermodal Handling and Transfer Facility Improvements Project||Port of Port Angeles||$8.6 million|
|Master Plan, Pier Design and Boat Ramp Construction Project||La Conner||$11.1 million|
|Seaport Throughput Improvement Project||Port of Olympia||$9.3 million|
|Terminal 6 Infrastructure Improvements Project||Port of Portland||$24.4 million|
|North Extension Stabilization Step 1 Project||Port of Anchorage||$68.7 million|
|AMHS Prince William Sound Ferry Terminal Project||Cordova, Tatitlek and Chenega||$28.3 million|
|Port of Adak Pier Five Improvements Project||Port of Adak||$10.2 million|
|Sand Point Floating Dock Project||Sand Point and Akutan Harbors||$5.4 million|