US Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx recently awarded $24.5 million FAA grants to 11 airports around the country to reduce emissions and improve air quality. The grants are provided through FAA’s Voluntary Airport Low Emission (VALE) program and Zero Emissions Airport Vehicle (ZEV) programs. “These programs are crucial to our efforts to reduce greenhouse emissions and make our skies and roads more environmentally friendly,” Foxx said.  VALE is designed to reduce ...

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