What’s in the $550 Billion Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal

July 28, 2021, 8:57 PM

A group of lawmakers and the White House struck a $550 billion deal to revitalize the nation’s transportation and utility infrastructure after weeks of negotiations, meeting a key goal of President Joe Biden: a large, bipartisan bill.

The Senate plans to vote to begin consideration of the legislation, which has yet to be completed, as soon as Wednesday night. The release of the bill text, as well as additional debate and votes could occur in the coming days.

Here’s what’s in the deal:

Roads, Bridges

The deal calls for spending $110 billion on roads, bridges and other major projects. ...

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