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Officials Break Ground On $300M Terminal 3 at O'Hare International

Mayor Brandon Johnson joined federal and airline partners on April 22 to break ground on the approximately $300 million ElevateT3 project, a massive investment in the airport's aging terminal facilities supported by $90 million in grant funding from President Joe Biden's Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL)....


Proposed Budget Boosts IIJA Transportation Construction Programs

Citing its vision to protect and build on the progress made over the past three years, the Biden administration released its proposed budget for the 2025 fiscal year. With almost $79 billion earmarked for highway, safety and transit programs, the budget also adds $9.5 billion to support the resilience, safety and sustainability of the nation's transportation network via the bipartisan infrastructure law....


California Receives More Than $63M for EV Infrastructure

In a boost for electric vehicle reliability, the U.S. Department of Transportation has awarded Caltrans more than $63 million in federal funds to fix and install more than 1,000 chargers at 300 sites statewide....


California to Receive $8M for New Improvements Along U.S. 101

The U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) announced $110 million in grants for 19 wildlife crossing projects in 17 states, including four Indian Tribes. The funding is made possible by a new program in President Biden's Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) and can support projects that construct wildlife crossings over and below busy roads, add fencing, acquire tracking and mapping tools, and more....


Final BABA Rule Stipulates Domestic Made Construction Materials On Federal Projects

In mid-August, the White House issued final guidance on the controversial Build America Buy America Act (BABA). President Joe Biden aims to bolster the economy "from the middle down and the bottom up." With some exceptions, the word to the construction industry is to use American-made materials built by American workers....


Projects to Improve Highway Safety, Efficiency Increase Across Country

Funding for transportation projects through the bipartisan IIJA act is starting to flow at the state level. The amount of funding being doled depends on the state, its size and how much of a priority it puts on its infrastructure programs....


Gov. Approves Numerous Climate-Ready Coastal Projects

Vice President Harris announced that the Department of Commerce has recommended $60.3 million for projects across northern California to make communities and the economy resilient to climate change, as part of the Investing in America agenda....


Caltrans Breaks Ground On Bridge, Unveils New Signs

Caltrans recently unveiled new "Rebuilding CA" highway signs that will highlight the record levels of state and federal infrastructure funding being put to work on projects statewide to create a safer, more sustainable and more resilient transportation system....


O'Hare International Airport to Receive $50M in Grants

Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot announced Feb. 27 that O'Hare International Airport will receive $50M in Airport Terminal Program grant funds from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law — the largest such grant this year for any airport in America — which will upgrade customer amenities, improve security screening and expand accessibility for passengers with disabilities at Terminal 3....


AGC: Billion-Dollar Funds Will Fix Golden State Spans

As part of the Federal Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, California is receiving approximately $4.2 billion over five years to address the repair and replacement of highway bridges. This translates into $849.4 million in initial funding for the five-year bridge repair program....






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