(b) Projects eligible for funding by grants under the program are limited to the following port facilities or port transportation projects:
1. Transportation facilities within the jurisdiction of the port.
2. The dredging or deepening of channels, turning basins, or harbors.
3. The construction or rehabilitation of wharves, docks, structures, jetties, piers, storage facilities, cruise terminals, automated people mover systems, or any facilities necessary or useful in connection with any of the foregoing.
4. The acquisition of vessel tracking systems, container cranes, or other mechanized equipment used in the movement of cargo or passengers in international commerce.
5. The acquisition of land to be used for port purposes.
6. The acquisition, improvement, enlargement, or extension of existing port facilities.
7. Environmental protection projects which are necessary because of requirements imposed by a state agency as a condition of a permit or other form of state approval; which are necessary for environmental mitigation required as a condition of a state, federal, or local environmental permit; which are necessary for the acquisition of spoil disposal sites and improvements to existing and future spoil sites; or which result from the funding of eligible projects listed in this paragraph.
8. Transportation facilities as defined in s. 334.03(30) which are not otherwise part of the Department of Transportation’s adopted work program.
9. Intermodal access projects.
10. Construction or rehabilitation of port facilities as defined in s. 315.02, excluding any park or recreational facilities, in ports listed in s. 311.09(1) with operating revenues of $5 million or less, provided that such projects create economic development opportunities, capital improvements, and positive financial returns to such ports.
11. Seaport master plan or strategic plan development or updates, including the purchase of data to support such plans.