On this page, you will find stories and press releases that describe how funding through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law is flowing to Georgia communities.
New Release: Read about how Athens-Clarke County is benefitting from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.
April 2023: City of Cedartown, City of Doraville
Biden-Harris Administration Awards $21.15 million Through New Thriving Communities Program to Help 64 Communities Better Access Federal Funding (US DOT Thriving Communities Program)
March 2023: Gwinnett County, Chatham County
Biden-Harris Administration Funds Innovative Projects to Create Safer, More Equitable, Transportation Systems (US DOT Strengthening Mobility and Revolutionizing Transportation Grants Program)
February 2023: City of Roswell, City of Atlanta
Biden-Harris Administration Announces First-Ever Awards from Program to Reconnect Communities (US DOT Reconnecting Communities Pilot Program)
February 2023: City of Atlanta
Biden-Harris Administration Announces Historic $800 Million for More than 500 Projects to Improve Roads at the Local Level and Tackle National Traffic Fatalities (US DOT Safe Streets and Roads For All Program - Implementation Grants)
February 2023: multiple jurisdictions (Athens-Clarke County, City of Carrollton, City of Decatur, City of Doraville, City of Roswell, City of Sandy Springs, City of Sylvester, Consolidated Government of Columbus)
Biden-Harris Administration Announces Historic $800 Million for More than 500 Projects to Improve Roads at the Local Level and Tackle National Traffic Fatalities (US DOT Safe Streets and Roads For All Program - Action Plan Grants)
October 2022: Athens-Clarke County
Biden-Harris Administration Announces Bipartisan Infrastructure Law’s First Bridge Investment Program Grants (FHWA Bridge Investment Program)
October 2022: Augusta-Richmond County
Biden-Harris Administration Announces Over $1.6 Billion in Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Funding to Nearly Double the Number of Clean Transit Buses on America's Roads (FTA Bus and Bus Facilities Program)
Find a link to all projects here.
September 2022: Athens-Clark County
RAISE 2022 Award Fact Sheets (US DOT Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity Program)
May 2022: City of Savannah
Biden Administration Announces $254 Million to Tackle Polluted Brownfield Sites (EPA Brownfield Assessment Grant)
April 2022: City of Albany
President Biden, USDA Announce $420 Million Investment in Watershed Infrastructure Projects to Benefit Rural and Historically Underserved Communities (USDA)