Building A Better Future For The Atlanta Region
IIJA Impact

ARC is committed to educate, communicate, prepare, and advise our community partners about the infrastructure law and help maximize the opportunities to bring lIJA investments to their communities. We must work together to seize this historic opportunity to invest in the Atlanta region and improve quality of life for all residents.

This page highlights 16 key federal discretionary funding programs in which ARC feels the region and state can compete favorably. The gauges indicate how well we're performing to date, while summary information on each of the individual programs follows. A detailed tracking spreadsheet with information on all awards made to the region under these programs is available here.

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Atlanta Region

$432,104,028
1.58% of National
Total Available Funds
Total Available:
$27,369,786,380
0.00-0.75%
0.75-1.35%
1.35-3.00%

Statewide

$577,179,910
2.11% of National
Total Available Funds
Total Available:
$27,369,786,380
0.00-1.25%
1.25-2.25%
2.25-5.00%

Discretionary Program Funding for the Atlanta Region

Advanced Transportation Technologies and Innovative Program (ATTAIN)
18% of funds awarded to date
Bridge Investment Program
17% of funds awarded to date
Bus and Bus Facilities
51% of funds awarded to date
Charging and Fueling Infrastructure
25% of funds awarded to date
Clean School Bus Program
37% of funds awarded to date
Congestion Relief Program
0% of funds awarded to date
Electric Vehicle Charger Reliability and Accessibility Accelerator (NEVI Setaside)
30% of funds awarded to date
Low or No Emission Bus Grants
41% of funds awarded to date
National Infrastructure Project Assistance (MEGA)
32% of funds awarded to date
Nationally Significant Freight and Highway Projects (INFRA)
37% of funds awarded to date
Promoting Resilient Operations for Transformative, Efficient and Cost-Saving Transportation (PROTECT)
52% of funds awarded to date
Railroad Crossing Elimination Program
14% of funds awarded to date
Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity Program (RAISE)
45% of funds awarded to date
Reconnecting Communities and Neighborhoods
88% of funds awarded to date
Safe Streets and Roads for All
31% of funds awarded to date
Strengthening Mobility and Revolutionizing Transportation (SMART)
20% of funds awarded to date
Advanced Transportation Technologies and Innovative Program (ATTAIN)
Total Amount Awarded to Date: $52.78 million
Total Funding Available: $300 million (approx.)
Number of Projects Awarded to Region: 0
Funds Awarded to Region: $0

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CDAP
Community Planning Academy
ConnectA
Empowerline
Georgia Commute Options
Green Communities
LCI
LINK
MARC
Metro Atlanta Speaks
MNG Water Planning District
RLI
State of the Region
UASI
WorkSource GA