Bridge Investment Program (BIP)
May 9, 2024

More than 43,500 bridges in the United States are in poor condition, which pose heightened challenges in rural communities that often may rely on a single bridge for the passage of emergency service vehicles. The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) invests a total of $40 billion over five years to help ensure that some of the nation’s most important bridges remain safe and operational, meet current and future traveler needs, support local economies, strengthen supply chains, and create good-paying jobs across the country. 

Bridges for Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure

May 14, 2024

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Winning Strategies for Securing Bridge Funding

More than a third of U.S. bridges are in need of repair with 42,400 bridges rated in poor condition.There is federal funding available for local governments to support planning and construction projects for bridges in poor condition or at risk of falling into poor...

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