Infrastructure Investment Jobs Act Resource Database

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Showing 36 of 236 Results UPDATED January 9
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Brownfields Projects Environmental Protection Agency's Brownfields Program provides funds to empower states, communities, tribes, and nonprofit organizations to prevent, inventory, assess, clean up, and reuse brownfield sites. Environmental Protection Agency provides technical and financial assistance for brownfields activities that protect human health and the environment, encourage sustainable reuse, promote partnerships, strengthen local economies, and create jobs. By providing funds and technical assistance to assess, cleanup, and plan for site reuse, Environmental Protection Agency enables communities to overcome the environmental, legal, and fiscal challenges associated with brownfields properties. Environmental Protection Agency's investments in communities across the country help local leaders eliminate uncertainties, clean up contaminated properties, and transform brownfield sites into community assets.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Environmental Remediation

Environmental Protection Agency

State and Tribal Assistance Grants

$1,200,000,000 States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Tribes, Non-Profit Agencies, Other Entities
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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)
Broadband Equity, Access, And Deployment Program Appropriates $42.45 billion for states, territories, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico to use for broadband planning, deployment, and adoption projects. Each state, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico will receive an allocation of at least $100 million and the United States Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands will each receive $25 million. Each state will receive initial funding of $5 million and each territory will receive initial funding of $1.25 million to support broadband planning efforts including building capacity in state broadband offices and outreach and coordination with local communities. Leveraging those initial planning funds each state and territory will submit a 5-year action plan, which shall be informed by collaboration with local and regional entities. The remaining funding will be distributed based on a formula that considers the number of unserved and high-cost locations in the state, based on the maps to be published by the Federal Communications Commission in 2022. The first priority for deployment is for providing broadband to projects that primarily reach unserved locations (those below 25/3 Mbps), followed by those that primarily reach underserved locations (those below 100/20 Mbps), and then serving community anchor institutions (1/1 Gbps).

Broadband & Cybersecurity

Broadband

Department of Commerce

National Telecommunications and Information Administration

$42,450,000,000 States/Territories Not applicable
Broadband Deployment Locations Map The Federal Communications Commission shall consult with all relevant Federal agencies to establish an online mapping tool to provide a locations overview of the overall geographic footprint of each broadband infrastructure deployment project funded by the Infrastructure Act, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act, the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021, the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 or any other federal amounts appropriated or any Federal program authorized after the date of enactment of the Infrastructure Act to fund broadband infrastructure deployment.

Broadband & Cybersecurity

Broadband

Federal Communications Commission

Wireline Competition Bureau

$10,000,000 Federal Agencies, Other Entities
Not applicable
Bridge Investment Program Setaside – Grants for Planning, Feasibility Analysis, and Revenue Forecasting The Bridge Investment Program will support projects to improve bridge (and culvert) condition, safety, efficiency, and reliability.

Transportation

Roads, Bridges and Major Projects

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$100,000,000
Cities, Counties, Federal Agencies, MPOs, Special Districts, States/Territories, Transit Agencies, Tribes
Pending (2023/Q2)
Bridge Investment Program The Bridge Investment Program will support projects to improve bridge and culvert condition, safety, efficiency, and reliability.

Transportation

Roads, Bridges and Major Projects

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$15,465,000,000
Cities, Counties, Federal Agencies, MPOs, States/Territories, Transit Agencies, Tribes, Other Entities
Pending (2023/Q2)
Bridge Formula Program The Bridge Formula Program will provide funds to states by formula for bridge replacement, rehabilitation, preservation, protection, or construction projects on public roads. This program includes three set-asides: 15 percent will be set-aside for use on off-system bridges; 3 percent will be set-aside for use on Tribal Transportation Facility bridges; and, 0.5 percent will be set-aside for administrative expenses of the Federal Highway Administration. An additional description of the Tribal Transportation Facility set-aside can be found later in this chapter.ÊÊ

Transportation

Roads, Bridges and Major Projects

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$26,675,000,000
States/Territories
Not applicable
Battery Recycling Best Practices This investment will promote the safe handling of used batteries and improve battery recycling programs. The Environmental Protection Agency will develop best practices that may be implemented by State, Tribal, and local governments with respect to the collection of batteries to be recycled in a manner that to the maximum extent practicable, is technically and economically feasible for State, Tribal, and local governments; is environmentally sound and safe for waste management workers; and optimizes the value and use of material derived from recycling of batteries. The Environmental Protection Agency will develop the best practices in coordination with State, Tribal, and local governments and relevant nongovernmental and private sector entities.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Other

Environmental Protection Agency

Environmental Programs and Management

$10,000,000 Federal Agencies Not applicable
Battery Materials Processing Grants To provide grants for battery materials processing to ensure that the United States has a viable battery materials processing industry. Funds can also be used to expand our domestic capabilities in battery manufacturing and enhance processing capacity.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Clean Energy and Power

Department of Energy

Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

$3,000,000,000 States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Non-Profit Agencies, Higher Education Insitutions, Private Sector Businesses, Other Entities
Pending (2023/Q1)
Battery Manufacturing and Recycling Grants To provide grants to ensure that the United States has a viable domestic manufacturing and recycling capability to support a North American battery supply chain.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Clean Energy and Power

Department of Energy

Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

$3,000,000,000 States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Non-Profit Agencies, Higher Education Insitutions, Private Sector Businesses, Other Entities
Pending (2023/Q1)
Battery Labeling Guidelines This investment will promote the safe handling of used batteries and improve battery recycling programs. Establishes a program to promote battery recycling through the development of voluntary labeling guidelines for batteries and other forms of communication materials for battery producers and consumers about the reuse and recycling of critical materials from batteries. The purposes of the program are to improve battery collection and reduce battery waste, including by identifying battery collection locations and increasing accessibility to those locations; promoting consumer education about battery collection and recycling; and reducing safety concerns relating to the improper disposal of batteries.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Other

Environmental Protection Agency

Environmental Programs and Management

$15,000,000 Federal Agencies Not applicable
Battery and Critical Mineral Recycling To award grants for research, development, and demonstration projects to create innovative and practical approaches to increase the reuse and recycling of batteries.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Clean Energy and Power

Department of Energy

Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

$125,000,000 States/Territories, Non-Profit Agencies, Higher Education Insitutions, Private Sector Businesses, Other Entities
Pending (2023/Q1)
Assisting Federal Facilities with Conservation Technologies To provide grants to federal agencies that they can leverage with private capital to make energy and water efficiency upgrades to federal buildings.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Clean Energy and Power

Department of Energy

Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

$250,000,000 Federal Agencies Pending (2023/Q1)
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)
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)
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 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 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 Development Highway System The Appalachian Development Highway System Program will distribute funds for construction of the Appalachian Development Highway System by formula to States with one or more counties (including any political subdivision within the area) in the Appalachian Region.

Transportation

Roads, Bridges and Major Projects

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$1,250,000,000 States/Territories
Not applicable
Amtrak National Network Grants To provide funding for capital projects to eliminate Amtrak's backlog of deferred maintenance of rolling stock, facilities, stations, and infrastructure on the National Network.

Transportation

Passenger and Freight Rail

Department of Transportation

Federal Railroad Administration

$28,400,000,000
Amtrak
Not applicable
All Stations Accessibility Program Provides capital funding to upgrade the accessibility of legacy rail fixed guideway public transportation systems for people with disabilities, including those who use wheelchairs.

Transportation

Public Transportation

Department of Transportation

Federal Transit Administration

$1,750,000,000 Cities, Counties, States/Territories Pending (2023/Q3)
Airport Terminal Program Provide grants to eligible airports for capital improvements for airport terminal development generally defined as development of an airport passenger terminal building, including terminal gates; access roads servicing exclusively airport traffic that leads directly to or from an airport passenger terminal building; walkways that lead directly to or from an airport passenger terminal building; multimodal terminal development; and projects for on-airport rail access projects. As well as projects for relocating, reconstructing, repairing or improving an airport-owned airport traffic control tower.

Transportation

Airports and FAA Facilities

Department of Transportation

Federal Aviation Administration

$5,000,000,000 Pending (2023/Q3)
Airport Infrastructure Grants The funds are allocated in the 3 buckets: Primary Allocation, Non_Primary Allocation, Contract Towers

Transportation

Airports and FAA Facilities

Department of Transportation

Federal Aviation Administration

$15,000,000,000
States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Tribes, Private Sector Businesses, Other Entities
Pending (2023/Q3)
Affordable Connectivity Program – Outreach Grants The ACP Outreach Grant Program is one tool among a comprehensive set of measures authorized by the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act of 2021(Infrastructure Act) and implemented by the FCC to help bridge the digital divide. The ACP Outreach Grant Program will help increase awareness of and participation in the ACP among eligible households. The ACP Outreach Grant Program provides new federal funding for the FCC to grant eligible governmental and non-governmental entities with the funding and resources needed to increase awareness of and participation in the ACP among those households most in need of affordable connectivity.

Broadband & Cybersecurity

Broadband

Federal Communications Commission

Wireline Competition Bureau

$100,000,000 To Be Determined
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Affordable Connectivity Program The Affordable Connectivity Program is a Federal Communications Commission benefit program that helps ensure that low-income households can afford the broadband they need for work, school, healthcare and more.

Broadband & Cybersecurity

Broadband

Federal Communications Commission

Wireline Competition Bureau

$14,200,000,000 Federal Agencies, Private Sector Businesses, Other Entities
Not applicable
Advanced Reactor Demonstration Program To fund two large demonstrations of advanced nuclear reactors for electricity generation.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Clean Energy and Power

Department of Energy

Office of Clean Energy Demonstrations

$2,477,000,000 Private Sector Businesses, Other Entities
Not applicable
Advanced Energy Security Program To increase the functional preservation of electric grid operations or natural gas and oil operations in the face of threats and hazards.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Resilience

Department of Energy

Electricity

$50,000,000 Utilities, Private Sector Businesses, Other Entities
Pending (2023/Q1)
Advanced Energy Manufacturing and Recycling Grants To provide grants to small- and medium-sized manufacturers to enable them to build new or retrofit existing manufacturing and industrial facilities to produce or recycle advanced energy products in communities where coal mines or coal power plants have closed.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Clean Energy and Power

Department of Energy

Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

$750,000,000 Private Sector Businesses Pending (2023/Q1)
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)
23 USC 503(c)(5) – Accelerated Implementation and Deployment of Advanced Digital Construction Management Systems The Accelerated Implementation and Deployment of Advanced Digital Construction Management Systems will promote, implement, deploy, demonstrate, showcase, support, and document the application of advanced digital construction management systems, practices, performance,and benefits.

Transportation

Roads, Bridges and Major Projects

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$100,000,000
To Be Determined Pending (TBD)
23 USC 503(c)(4) – Advanced Transportation Technologies and Innovation Mobility Deployment Program (ATTIMD) / Advanced Transportation Technology and Innovation Program (ATTAIN) The Advanced Transportation Technologies & Innovative Mobility Deployment program will make competitive grants to deploy, install, and operate advanced transportation technologies.

Transportation

Other

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$300,000,000
Pending (2023/Q3)
23 USC 503(c)(3) – Accelerated Implementation and Deployment of Pavement Technologies Provides a coordinated and cohesive approach to advance research and development of technologies with deployment activities regarding highway pavements and the materials from which highway infrastructure is constructed.

Transportation

Roads, Bridges and Major Projects

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$60,000,000
To Be Determined 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)
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(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) – 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)