Infrastructure for Rebuilding America (INFRA) grant

Eutaw Construction Company Inc. crews will be on-site for the construction of the Mississippi Department of Transportation's (MDOT) $81 million State Route 76 construction in Itawamba County project until the end of 2023 as they build a 9-mi. extension of the 4-lane highway.

Rhode Island's two United States senators, along with its congressmen, were joined by other state and local leaders Sept. 2 on the side of State Route 146 in Smithfield to announce much-needed improvements to the roadway, made possible by a federal $65 million INFRA grant.

Delaware's congressional delegation has announced a nearly $57 million grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation to the DelDOT for the construction of a redesigned interchange at I-95 and State Route 896 near Newark. The new interchange will improve safety and reduce congestion by adding two flyovers, realigning existing ramps and addressing other deficiencies with the current roadway geometry.

Gov. Larry Hogan announced that Maryland has submitted an application for a U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) INFRA grant to double-stack the Howard Street Tunnel and assisted Washington County in submitting its INFRA grant application for I-81/Halfway Boulevard Freight Connection in Western Maryland.

A $14 million federal grant for a new interchange project on Interstate 80 near Rock Springs, Wyo., will improve traffic mobility and safety, and help entice business development in the area. The Wyoming Department of Transportation will receive a $14 million federal Infrastructure for Rebuilding America (INFRA) grant that will be used to construct a new interchange and reconstruct Industrial Road from Foothill Boulevard south to Blairtown Road.

The USDOT proposed to issue a more than $184 million Infrastructure for Rebuilding America or “INFRA” grant on June 29 to build additional dedicated express lanes on state Route 400 in Georgia, which is a major commuter route for Atlanta residents.

An area of major need in Idaho may receive a vital shot of federal money, as federal officials shortlisted $90.24 million in grant funds to help ease congestion on Interstate 84 in the Treasure Valley between the Karcher Interchange and Franklin Boulevard.

On June 5, CDOT Executive Director Michael Lewis announced Colorado will greatly benefit from $90 million in federal grants that complete funding to improve two vital transportation corridors in the state. The funding comes from the Infrastructure for Rebuilding America (INFRA) grant, awarded by the U.S.