Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act: Roads and Bridges

The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act[1] — also referred to as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Package — was signed into law by President Joe Biden on Nov. 15, 2021. The bill contains $1.2 trillion in funding ($550 billion of which is new spending) for various infrastructure purposes, including roads and bridges, broadband, drinking water resources, airports, electrical vehicles, and more. 

In this brief, analysts at The Council of State Governments break down the $110 billion in funding going to roads, bridges, and other major ground transportation projects through the lens of state needs. It is the largest focus of funding in the bill. 

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[1] Also commonly known as the “Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework.”