On-Demand Webinar: What’s Next for the Infrastructure Bill?

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Experts at INRIX discuss the coming steps in regard to the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act recently signed into law

The passage of Infrastructure Investments and Jobs Act (IIJA) signals a paradigm shift in how we prioritize and approach transportation related challenges. In addition to the bill granting the US Department of Transportation significant discretionary spending authority – totaling more than $100 billion — the text also creates new funding programs and makes targeted updates to existing authorizations. From where we sit, historic spending, combined with an explicit refocus on safety, climate and equity means that a good deal change is likely when it comes to how, and which types of programs will be prioritized for funding.

The INRIX policy team has been closely following the IIJA’s path toward implementation. And during the second webinar in our series, we’ll take a closer look at what we’ve learned, what’s changed, and what eligible parties should consider as they prepare to access formula and compete for discretionary funds. We’ll specifically focus on programs that uniquely align with the explicit priorities of the Administration and authorizing agencies, and share our insights about implementation and which programs we expect to be prioritized in 2022.

What You’ll Learn

    • The process and anticipated timelines for discretionary grants funded through the US Department of Transportation
    • How we expect new and existing program applications to be evaluated based on the Administration’s stated transportation and infrastructure priorities
    • What to expect in early 2022 regarding the IIJA’s implementation

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