Infrastructure Investment Jobs Act Resource Database

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Funding Type
Eligible Recipients
Showing 50 of 236 Results UPDATED January 9
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FTA 5339(a) Program – Bus and Bus Facilities Formula Grants Provides capital funding to replace, rehabilitate, purchase, or lease buses and bus related equipment and to rehabilitate, purchase, construct, or lease bus-related facilities.

Transportation

Public Transportation

Department of Transportation

Federal Transit Administration

$3,161,294,400
States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Tribes, Transit Agencies
Not applicable
FTA 5340 Program – Growing State Apportionments An additional formula funding component that is then added to either the 5307 or 5311 formula funding.

Transportation

Public Transportation

Department of Transportation

Federal Transit Administration

$2,055,665,467
States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Tribes, Transit Agencies, Other Entities
Not applicable
FTA 5340 Program – Growing States and High-Density States Formula An additional formula funding component that is then added to either the 5307 or 5311 formula funding.

Transportation

Public Transportation

Department of Transportation

Federal Transit Administration

$1,822,948,622
States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Tribes, Transit Agencies, Other Entities
Not applicable
Hazardous Materials Safety No detailed description available.

Transportation

Other

Department of Transportation

Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration

$345,000,000
Federal Agencies, Other Entities
Not applicable
Hazmat Emergency Preparedness Fund No detailed description available.

Transportation

Other

Department of Transportation

Office of the Secretary

$204,100,000
Federal Agencies, Other Entities
Not applicable
High-Visibility Enforcement To carry out national traffic safety campaigns to reduce alcohol-impaired or drug-impaired driving and to increase the use of seatbelts.

Transportation

Safety

Department of Transportation

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

$201,600,000 Federal Agencies, Other Entities
Not applicable
Highway Safety Improvement Program The Highway Safety Improvement Program provides States with critical safety funding that is used to save lives and prevent serious injuries on all public roads. The Highway Safety Improvement Program is based on a performance-driven process that identifies and analyzes highway safety problems and advances highway safety improvement projects that have the greatest potential to reduce fatalities and serious injuries.

Transportation

Safety

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$15,557,499,996 States/Territories
Not applicable
Highway Safety Programs Section 402 funds are authorized by Congress and are available to the 50 States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U. S. Territories and the Bureau of Indian Affairs. These funds are apportioned using statutory apportionment formula. These funds are provided to the State and Territorial Highway Safety Offices based on an approved highway safety plan that details problem identification, performance measures, countermeasures and projects using identified countermeasures to help reduce crashes, injuries and fatalities resulting from motor vehicle crashes.

Transportation

Safety

Department of Transportation

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

$1,992,000,000 States/Territories, Other Entities
Not applicable
Inland Flood Risk Management Projects This program funds the construction of projects that help to reduce the risk of damage in a flood, including $750 million for multi-purpose projects or programs that include flood risk management benefits as a purpose.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Resilience

Construction

Department of Defense Ð Army Corps of Engineers

$2,500,000,000 Federal Agencies, To Be Determined
Not applicable
Metropolitan Planning The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law continues the Metropolitan Planning Program, which establishes a cooperative, continuous, and comprehensive framework for making transportation investment decisions in metropolitan areas. Program oversight is a joint Federal Highway Administration/Federal Transit Administration responsibility.

Transportation

Roads, Bridges and Major Projects

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$2,280,000,000 MPOs
Not applicable
Middle Mile Grants Program Establishes and funds a $1 billion program for the construction, improvement or acquisition of middle mile infrastructure. The purpose of the grant program is to expand and extend middle mile infrastructure to reduce the cost of connecting unserved and underserved areas to the internet backbone. Eligible applicants include States, political subdivisions of a State, Tribal governments, technology companies, electric utilities, utility cooperatives, public utility districts, telecommunications companies, telecommunications cooperatives, nonprofit foundations, nonprofit corporations, nonprofit institutions, nonprofit associations, regional planning councils, Native entities, or economic development authorities.

Broadband & Cybersecurity

Broadband

Department of Commerce

National Telecommunications and Information Administration

$1,000,000,000 States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Tribes, Utilities, Non-Profit Agencies, Private Sector Businesses, Other Entities
Not applicable
Motor Carrier Safety Assistance Program The Motor Carrier Safety Assistance Program is a Federal grant program that provides financial assistance to States to reduce the number and severity of crashes and hazardous materials incidents involving commercial motor vehicles. The goal of the Motor Carrier Safety Assistance Program is to reduce commercial motor vehicle-involved crashes, fatalities, and injuries through consistent, uniform, and effective commercial motor vehicle safety programs. The Motor Carrier Safety Assistance Program is Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's largest grant program that supports State and local law enforcement agencies to utilize over 12,000 enforcement officers to increase enforcement and safety activities nationwide.

Transportation

Safety

Department of Transportation

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration

$2,432,500,000 States/Territories
Not applicable
Motor Carrier Safety Operations and Programs The Operations and Programs account provides the necessary resources to support program and administrative activities to include salaries and benefits for motor carrier safety personnel.

Transportation

Safety

Department of Transportation

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration

$1,925,000,000 Federal Agencies, Other Entities
Not applicable
National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Formula Program Strategically deploy electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure and establish an interconnected network to facilitate data collection, access, and reliability. Sets aside 10% of funding for discretionary grants to State and local governments that require additional assistance to strategically deploy EV charging infrastructure

Transportation

Electric Vehicles, Buses and Ferries

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$5,000,000,000 States/Territories
Not applicable
National Highway Freight Program The National Highway Freight Program provides funds to the States, by formula, to improve the efficient movement of freight on the National Highway Freight Network.

Transportation

Roads, Bridges and Major Projects

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$7,150,000,000 States/Territories
Not applicable
National Highway Performance Program The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law continues the National Highway Performance Program. The purposes of this program are: To provide support for the condition and performance of the National Highway System; To provide support for the construction of new facilities on the National Highway System; To ensure that investments of federal-aid funds in highway construction are directed to support progress toward the achievement of performance targets established in a state's asset management plan for the National Highway System; To provide support for activities to increase the resiliency of the National Highway System to mitigate the cost of damages from sea level rise, extreme weather events, flooding, wildfires, or other natural disasters.

Transportation

Roads, Bridges and Major Projects

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$148,000,000,000 States/Territories
Not applicable
National Multimodal Cooperative Freight Research Program National Multimodal Cooperative Freight Research Program

Transportation

Roads, Bridges and Major Projects

Department of Transportation

Office of the Secretary

$18,750,000
Federal Agencies, To Be Determined
Not applicable
National Priority Safety Programs To encourage States to address national priorities for reducing highway deaths and injuries through occupant protection programs, state traffic safety information system improvements, impaired driving countermeasures, passage of effective laws to reduce distracted driving, implementation of motorcyclist safety programs, and non-motorist safety programs. Two new grant programs were introduced to improve roadside safety and driver and officer safety grants.

Transportation

Safety

Department of Transportation

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

$1,874,500,000 States/Territories
Not applicable
Network & System Security & Investment This program produces the technologies needed to secure information and software that resides on the networks and systems that make up the Internet. It provides analytic tools for the law enforcement community to investigate crimes committed in cyberspace.

Broadband & Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity

Department of Homeland Security

Science and Technology / Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act

$1,000,000 Higher Education Insitutions, Private Sector Businesses, Other Entities
Not applicable
Physical Security Provides a layered and integrated capability to safely screen for potential threat items in unstructured crowds within soft-target venues and crowded spaces without impact to the speed of travel while maintaining individual privacy.

Other

Resilience

Department of Homeland Security

Science and Technology

$38,800,000 Higher Education Insitutions, Private Sector Businesses, Other Entities
Not applicable
Planning Assistance To States The Army Corps provides planning and technical assistance to States, Tribes, and local communities to address water resource issues and related work

Other

Resilience

Investigations

Department of Defense Ð Army Corps of Engineers

$30,000,000 Federal Agencies, States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Tribes, To Be Determined
Not applicable
Probabilistic Analysis of National Threats, Hazards and Risks This program addresses biological, chemical and hazard knowledge gaps to inform defensive strategies that provide accurate, useful, and defensible knowledge and tools to stakeholders in time to enable risk-informed decision-making pertinent for defense against weapons of mass destruction threats to the homeland.

Other

Resilience

Department of Homeland Security

Science and Technology / Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act

$13,400,000 Higher Education Insitutions, Private Sector Businesses, Other Entities
Not applicable
Promoting Resilient Operations for Transformative, Efficient, and Cost-Saving Transportation (PROTECT) – Formula The PROTECT Formula Program will support planning, resilience improvements, community resilience and evacuation routes, and at-risk coastal infrastructure.

Transportation

Resilience

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$7,299,999,998 States/Territories
Not applicable
Pumped Storage Hydropower Wind and Solar Integration and System Reliability Initiative To provide financial assistance to eligible entities to carry out project design, transmission studies, power market assessments, and permitting for a pumped storage hydropower project to facilitate the long-duration storage of intermittent renewable electricity.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Clean Energy and Power

Department of Energy

Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

$10,000,000 States/Territories, Tribes, Utilities, Higher Education Insitutions, Private Sector Businesses Not applicable
Railway-Highway Crossings Program The Railway-Highway Crossings program supports projects with the goal of reducing the number of fatalities, injuries, and crashes at public railway-highway grade crossings.

Transportation

Safety

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$1,225,000,000 States/Territories
Not applicable
Regulatory Program Provides funds to administer the laws and regulations pertaining to activities affecting U.S. waters, including wetlands, in accordance with the Rivers and Harbors Appropriation Act of 1899, the Clean Water Act of 1972, and the Marine Protection, Research and Sanctuaries Act of 1972. Additionally, it reviews and processes permit applications, ensure compliance on permitted sites, and protect important aquatic resources

Climate, Energy & Environment

Resilience

Regulatory Program

Department of Defense Ð Army Corps of Engineers

$160,000,000 Federal Agencies, To Be Determined
Not applicable
Section 118 Of Water Resources Development Act of 2020 Pilot program to carry out feasibility studies for flood risk management and hurricane and storm damage risk reduction projects that incorporate natural features or nature-based features for rural communities and economically disadvantaged communities

Climate, Energy & Environment

Resilience

Investigations

Department of Defense Ð Army Corps of Engineers

$30,000,000 States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Tribes, To Be Determined
Not applicable
Sector Risk Management Agencies The requested funding will allow the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency to sustain coordinated support for Sector Risk Management Agencies across the federal government, cultivating sector-specific expertise within the agency.

Other

Resilience

Department of Homeland Security

Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency

$35,000,000 Federal Agencies, Other Entities
Not applicable
Southeast Crescent Regional Commission Funding The Southeast Crescent Regional Commission (SCRC) is engaged in planning for the allocation of Bipartisan Infrastructure Law appropriations. SCRC states are Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia.

Other

Agency Funding

Southeast Crescent Regional Commission

Southeast Crescent Regional Commission

$5,000,000
Federal Agencies, Other Entities
Not applicable
State Energy Program To provide funding to states to support electric transmission and distribution planning as well as planning activities and programs that help reduce carbon emissions in all sectors of the economy, including the transportation sector and accelerate the use of alternative transportation fuels and vehicle electrification.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Clean Energy and Power

Department of Energy

Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

$500,000,000 States/Territories
Not applicable
Surface Transportation Block Grant Program The Surface Transportation Block Grant Program promotes flexibility in state and local transportation decisions and provides flexible funding to best address state and local transportation needs.

Transportation

Roads, Bridges and Major Projects

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$72,000,000,000
States/Territories
Not applicable
To Complete Or Initiate And Complete Studies That Were Authorized Prior To The Date Of This Act Funds studies to determine the engineering, econ feasibility of potential solutions to water and related land resources problems as well as preconstruction engineering and design

Other

Resilience

Investigations

Department of Defense Ð Army Corps of Engineers

$45,000,000 States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Tribes, To Be Determined
Not applicable
Water-Related Environmental Infrastructure Assistance The program funds engineering and construction of authorized environmental infrastructure projects which provides safe water supply, waste disposal and pollution control to cities and towns to protect human health and safeguard the environment

Climate, Energy & Environment

Resilience

Construction

Department of Defense Ð Army Corps of Engineers

$200,000,000 States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Tribes, To Be Determined
Not applicable
Weatherization Assistance Program To increase the energy efficiency of dwellings owned or occupied by low-income persons , reduce their total residential energy expenditures, and improve their health and safety, especially low-income persons who are particularly vulnerable such as the elderly, the handicapped, and children.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Clean Energy and Power

Department of Energy

Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

$3,500,000,000 States/Territories, Tribes
Not applicable
23 USC 503(b) – Highway Research & Development Program The Highway Research and Development Program performs research and development to produce transformative solutions to improve safety, foster innovation, accelerate projects, and better meet operations, policy, and infrastructure needs.

Transportation

Roads, Bridges and Major Projects

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$610,000,000
To Be Determined Pending (TBD)
23 USC 503(b) Setaside – National Motor Vehicle Per-Mile User Fee Pilot (Set-aside) The purpose of this pilot program is to demonstrate a national motor vehicle per-mile user fee to restore and maintain the long-term solvency of the Highway Trust Fund and to improve and maintain the surface transportation system.

Transportation

Roads, Bridges and Major Projects

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$50,000,000
States/Territories Pending (TBD)
23 USC 503(b) Setaside – Strategic Innovation for Revenue Collection (Set-aside) Requires Department of Transportation to test the feasibility of a road usage fee and other user-based alternative revenue mechanisms to help maintain the long-term solvency of the Highway Trust Fund, through pilot projects at the State, local, and regional level.

Transportation

Roads, Bridges and Major Projects

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$75,000,000
States/Territories, MPOs, Counties, Cities Pending (TBD)
23 USC 503(c) – Technology & Innovation Deployment Program The Technology & Innovation Deployment Program turns research products into proven technologies that address emerging needs, invest in the Nation's infrastructure, and promote rapid adoption of proven, market-ready technologies and innovations.

Transportation

Roads, Bridges and Major Projects

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$90,000,000
To Be Determined Pending (TBD)
Active Transportation Infrastructure Investment Program To construct eligible projects to provide safe and connected active transportation facilities in an active transportation network or active transportation spine.

Transportation

Other

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$1,000,000,000
States/Territories, MPOs, Counties, Cities, Tribes, Special Districts Pending (TBD)
Appalachian Regional Commission The Appalachian Regional Commission is engaged in planning for the allocation of Bipartisan Infrastructure Law advance appropriations for fiscal years 2023, 2024, 2025 and 2026. Programs funded by those appropriations will support activities that help bring the 13-state Appalachian Region into economic parity with the Nation. The ARC states are Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.

Other

Agency Funding

Appalachian Regional Commission

Appalachian Regional Commission

$800,000,000
States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Non-Profit Agencies
Pending (TBD)
Appalachian Regional Commission – FY 2022 for Appalachian Area Development: Regional Multistate Initiative Program will provide support for multistate regional economic and community development projects throughout the Appalachian Regional Commission region through planning and implementation grants reviewed and awarded on a rolling basis.

Other

Agency Funding

Appalachian Regional Commission

Appalachian Regional Commission

$80,000,000
States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Transit Agencies
Pending (TBD)
Appalachian Regional Commission – FY 2022 Funding for Appalachian Area Development: Allocations to ARC States Program will provide Area Base Development Program grant allocations to ARC's States for activities that help bring the 13-state Appalachian Region into economic parity with the Nation. Each state will operate its own competitive application process. The ARC states are Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.

Other

Agency Funding

Appalachian Regional Commission

Appalachian Regional Commission

$100,000,000
States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Transit Agencies
Pending (TBD)
Appalachian Regional Commission – FY 2022 Funding for Appalachian Area Development: Community Capacity Initiative Program will build capacity throughout Appalachian communities to enable communities to deploy the substantially increased funding opportunities provided by the Federal Government. Funds will be used for development of large-scale project development assistance including, but not limited to, continuing and expanding on the Commission's current community capacity pilot, providing significant amounts in direct support to Non-Profits, State/Local Governments, and Local Development Districts for community capacity activities, and deploy resources flexibly to meet the growing need for community-specific capacity activities.

Other

Agency Funding

Appalachian Regional Commission

Appalachian Regional Commission

$10,000,000
States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Transit Agencies
Pending (TBD)
Asset Concessions TBD - New Program

Transportation

Other

Department of Transportation

Office of the Secretary

$100,000,000 States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Tribes, Special Districts, Transit Agencies, Non-Profit Agencies, Higher Education Insitutions, Private Sector Businesses, Other Entities
Pending (TBD)
Brownfields Categorical Grants Unlike many Environmental Protection Agency cleanup programs States and Tribal Nations are responsible for developing brownfields cleanup standards and policy and conducting or overseeing the assessment and cleanup of brownfield sites within their jurisdictions. This funding is intended for states and tribes that have the required management and administrative capacity within their government to administer a federal grant. The primary goal of this funding is to ensure that state and Tribal response programs include, or are taking reasonable steps to include, certain elements of an environmental response program and that the program establishes and maintains a public record of sites addressed.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Environmental Remediation

Environmental Protection Agency

State and Tribal Assistance Grants

$300,000,000 States/Territories, Tribes Pending (TBD)
Commercial Driver’s License Implementation Program The CDLPI discretionary grant seeks to improve highway safety by supporting Commercial Driver's License (CDL) Programs on a State and National level. The funding assists grant partners in achieving compliance with the CDL regulations in 49 CFR Parts 383 and 384 by providing funding directly to States and other entities capable of executing National projects to aid States in their compliance efforts.

Transportation

Safety

Department of Transportation

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration

$297,500,000 States/Territories, Counties, Cities Pending (TBD)
Commercial Motor Vehicle Enforcement Training & Support Grant Program The purpose of this new discretionary grant is to train non-Feds who conduct CMV enforcement activities and to develop related training materials.

Transportation

Safety

Department of Transportation

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration

$25,000,000 Non-Profit Agencies Pending (TBD)
Commercial Motor Vehicle Operator Safety Training Grant Program The Commercial Motor Vehicle Operator Safety Training grant program awards grants to a variety of educational institutions that provide commercial truck and bus driving training, including accredited public or private colleges, universities, vocational-technical schools, post-secondary educational institutions, truck driver training schools, associations, and state and local governments, including federally recognized Native American Tribal governments.

Transportation

Electric Vehicles, Buses and Ferries

Department of Transportation

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration

$16,500,000 States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Tribes, Transit Agencies, Non-Profit Agencies, Higher Education Insitutions, Private Sector Businesses, Other Entities
Pending (TBD)
Congestion Relief Program Advance innovative, integrated, and multimodal solutions to reduce congestion and the related economic and environmental costs in the most congested metropolitan areas with an urbanized area population of 1 million+.

Transportation

Roads, Bridges and Major Projects

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$250,000,000 States/Territories, MPOs, Counties, Cities Pending (TBD)
Countering Violent Extremism Acts of violence can pose a significant impact to American lives and Federal, State, local, and Tribal governments. This Program aims to conduct evidence-based research to meet the policy, operational, and public needs to improve effectiveness of public safety and violence prevention efforts implemented by federal, state, territorial, Tribal, local, and non-governmental stakeholders.

Other

Resilience

Department of Homeland Security

Science and Technology / Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act

$12,800,000 Higher Education Insitutions, Private Sector Businesses, Other Entities
Pending (TBD)