Technical Resources

Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act/Bipartisan Infrastructure Law

The $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) is the largest and most comprehensive infrastructure bill in American history.  It is a two-for-one piece of legislation containing both a reauthorization of the surface transportation program and a once-in-a-generation infrastructure investment. 

ITE has established this page as a one-stop resource for our members to understand the details of this complex legislation and get the latest information. We will be collecting and curating the best resources we can find from different sources. Resources will be updated frequently. If you would like to recommend a resource to us please do so at ite_staff@ite.org.

ITE Resources

Safety, Roads, Bridges and Transit

Specific information on the core components of the legistation.

Broader Infrastructure Investment

General information on other investments as a result from the legislation.

  • New - USDOT and USDOE Advance EV Charging Network
    The US Departments of Transportation and Energy jointly announced the availability of funding and resources to support the creation of a national EV charging network.
  • New - A Toolkit for Planning and Funding Rural Electric Mobility Infrastructure
    A tool for helping rural communities take advantage of the $7.5 billion of federal funding available to build out a national network of 500,000 EV charging stations.
  • American Subcontractors Association Deep Dive
    The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) would reauthorize for five years through fiscal 2026 surface transportation programs while additional funding would be authorized for energy, water, and broadband infrastructure. The legislation would extend highway, safety, transit, rail, pipeline, and research programs that are typically included in five-year surface transportation reauthorizations.
  • NACo Legislative Analysis for Counties
    The bipartisan infrastructure legislation will provide $973 billion over five years from FY 2022 through FY 2026, including $550 billion in new investments for all modes of transportation, water, power and energy, environmental remediation, public lands, broadband and resilience.
  • FACT SHEET: The Biden-Harris Electric Vehicle Charging Action Plan
    The Biden-Harris-Administration is releasing an EV Charging Action Plan to outline steps federal agencies are taking to support developing and deploying chargers in American communities across the country. 

Federal Guidance and Resources

New information and guidance.

Insights and Opinions

Selected perspectives on the legislation.