Over two years ago, President Biden forged consensus and compromise between Democrats, Republicans, and Independents to deliver the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law – a historic investment in America’s crumbling infrastructure that will rebuild roads and bridges, replace lead pipes, help provide high-speed internet to every family in America, deliver cheaper and cleaner energy to households and businesses, and produce concrete results that change people’s lives for the better.

Since signing the law, the Biden-Harris Administration has hit the ground running to make major progress.

By reaching all communities all across the country – including rural communities and historically underserved populations – these investments will position the United States to win the 21st century. To help showcase the early progress, we’ve compiled the map below.

This map shows announced and select awarded funding locations and projects. To see Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funding, select ‘BIL’ from the funding source tab and hover over the dot to see details.

How Money Flows from the Federal Government

Federal agencies give money for specific purposes. They give to states, Tribes, territories, local governments, private organizations, schools, or individuals. At a high level, the money flows through the following steps. Most programs are now in step 3.

Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Fact Sheet

In the coming months, stay tuned for additional details about how the Administration is building a better America and how the law benefits communities in every corner of the country. Please check here for more information about progress.

Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Programs

The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funds nearly 400 programs across the federal government. See the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law guidebook for a full list of programs.

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