The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has identified 12 US airports that may be at risk from runway incursions.   FAA plans to invest $100 million in airports like Miami, San Diego and San Jose to reconfigure taxiways that may cause confusion, install airfield lighting or construct new taxiways to provide more flexibility on the airfield. “Some airfields have complex layouts that can create confusion for pilots and other airport users. This funding will reconfigure complex taxiway and runway intersections to help prevent incursions and enhance the safety of the National Airspace System,” said Shannetta R. Griffin, FAA associate administrator. The airports include Miami

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