REPORT: HOW THE BIPARTISAN INFRASTRUCTURE BILL WILL HELP KEY CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS

WASHINGTON, DC — Today, Invest in America Action released a new research report, “How The Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Will Help Key Frontline Congressional Districts.”

Last week, President Biden signed the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill into law, delivering a huge victory for the American economy and making good on a campaign promise to unite leaders in Washington. The bill will create millions of jobs and improve life for working Americans through its critical investments in the country’s physical infrastructure, water infrastructure, broadband, electric grid, and more.

Read the report here

How the Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal Helps Key Congressional Districts

California’s 10th Congressional District (Rep. Josh Harder)

Roads & Bridges

Transportation 

Water Infrastructure 

  • California is expected to receive $3.5 billion to improve water infrastructure to ensure access to clean and safe drinking water across the state.
  • Schools in California were rated average in failing to keep lead out of drinking water.

  • Over 1,170 houses lack complete plumbing in CA-10.

Broadband

Airports

  • California is expected to receive approximately $1.5 billion for airport infrastructure development.

  • CA-10 is served by two airports that needed runway protection and pavement management improvements.

Connecticut’s 5th Congressional District (Rep. Jahana Hayes)

Roads & Bridges

Transportation 

Water Infrastructure 

  • Connecticut is expected to receive $445 million to improve water infrastructure to ensure access to clean and safe drinking water across the state.
  • Schools in Connecticut received a failing grade in keeping lead out of drinking water.

  • Over 6,190 houses lack complete plumbing in CT-05.

Broadband

Airports

  • Connecticut is expected to receive approximately $62 million for infrastructure development.

  • CT-05 is served by an airport in need of hazardous chemical contamination remediation.

Georgia’s 6th Congressional District (Rep. Lucy McBath)

Roads & Bridges

Transportation 

Water Infrastructure 

  • Georgia is expected to receive $913 million to improve water infrastructure to ensure access to clean and safe drinking water across the state.
  • Schools in Georgia received a failing grade in keeping lead out of drinking water.

  • Over 2,700 houses lack complete plumbing in GA-06.

Broadband

Airports

  • Georgia is expected to receive approximately $619 million for airport infrastructure development.

  • GA-06 is served by one of the world’s busiest airports.

Iowa’s 3rd Congressional District (Rep. Cindy Axne)

Roads & Bridges

Transportation 

Water Infrastructure 

Broadband

Airports

  • Iowa is expected to receive approximately $120 million for airport infrastructure development.

  • IA-03 is served by seven airports that needed reconstruction of their aging runaways and other infrastructure projects.

Illinois’ 14th Congressional District (Rep. Lauren Underwood)

Roads & Bridges

Transportation 

Water Infrastructure 

Broadband

Airports

  • Illinois is expected to receive approximately $616 million for airport infrastructure development.

  • IL-14 is served by an airport with poorly configured and deteriorating facilities.

Michigan’s 11th Congressional District (Rep. Haley Stevens)

Roads & Bridges

Transportation 

Water Infrastructure 

  • Michigan is expected to receive $1.3 billion to improve water infrastructure to ensure access to clean and safe drinking water across the state.
  • Schools in Michigan received a failing grade in keeping lead out of drinking water.

  • Over 1,830 houses lack complete plumbing in MI-11.

Broadband

Airports

  • Michigan is expected to receive approximately $363 million for airport infrastructure development.

  • MI-11 is served by Michigan’s busiest airport.

Minnesota’s 2nd Congressional District (Rep. Angie Craig)

Roads & Bridges

Transportation 

Water Infrastructure 

  • Minnesota is expected to receive $680 million to improve water infrastructure to ensure access to clean and safe drinking water across the state.
  • Schools in Minnesota received a failing grade in keeping lead out of drinking water.

  • Over 790 houses lack complete plumbing in MN-02.

Broadband

Airports

  • Minnesota is expected to receive approximately $297 million for airport infrastructure development.

  • MN-02 is served by a major state airport in need of hiring repair station workers.

Nevada’s 3rd Congressional District (Rep. Susie Lee)

Roads & Bridges

Transportation 

Water Infrastructure 

Broadband

Airports

  • Nevada is expected to receive approximately $293 million for airport infrastructure development.

  • NV-03 is served by one of the state’s principal airports.

New York’s 19th Congressional District (Rep. Antonio Delgado)

Roads & Bridges

Transportation 

Water Infrastructure

  • New York is expected to receive $2.6 billion to improve water infrastructure to ensure access to clean and safe drinking water across the state.
  • 13,037 houses in NY-19 lack complete plumbing.

Broadband

Airports

  • New York is expected to receive approximately $685 million for airport infrastructure development.
  • NY-19 residents are served by Village of Sidney Airport and Columbia County Airport; both of which would benefit from runway protection and pavement management improvement projects.

Pennsylvania’s 8th Congressional District (Rep. Matt Cartwright)

Roads & Bridges

Transportation 

Water Infrastructure 

  • Pennsylvania is expected to receive $1.4 billion to improve water infrastructure to ensure access to clean and safe drinking water across the state.
  • 8,969 houses in PA-08 lack complete plumbing.

Broadband

Airports

  • Pennsylvania is expected to receive approximately $355 million for airport infrastructure development.

  • PA-08 residents are served by Wilkes-Barre Scranton International Airport and would benefit from runway protection and pavement management improvement projects.

Texas’ 7th Congressional District (Rep. Lizzie Fletcher)

Roads & Bridges

Transportation 

Water Infrastructure 

  • Texas is expected to receive $2.9 billion to improve water infrastructure to ensure access to clean and safe drinking water across the state.
  • 2,954 houses in TX-07 lack complete plumbing.

Broadband

Airports

  • Texas is expected to receive approximately $1.2 billion for infrastructure development.

  • TX-07 residents are served by George Bush Intercontinental Airport and William P. Hobby airport, both of which would benefit from runway protection and pavement management improvement projects.

Wisconsin’s 3rd Congressional District (Rep. Ron Kind)

Roads & Bridges

Transportation 

Water Infrastructure 

Broadband

Airports

  • Wisconsin is expected to receive approximately $198 million for airport infrastructure development.

  • WI-03 residents are served by the Chippewa Valley Regional Airport and La Crosse Regional Airport; both would benefit from runway protection and pavement management improvement projects.

Arizona’s 1st Congressional District (Rep. Tom O’Halleran)

Roads & Bridges

Transportation 

Water Infrastructure 

  • Arizona is expected to receive $619 million to improve water infrastructure to ensure access to clean and safe drinking water across the state.
  • Over 26,500 houses in AZ-01 lack complete plumbing.

Broadband

Airports

  • Arizona is expected to receive approximately $348 million for airport infrastructure development.

  • Residents of AZ-01 are served by several rural airports, including Sedona Airport, Holbrook Municipal Airport, Window Rock Airport, and Polacca Airport.

Kansas’ 3rd Congressional District (Rep. Sharice Davids)

Roads & Bridges

Transportation 

Water Infrastructure 

  • Kansas is expected to receive $454 million to improve water infrastructure to ensure access to clean and safe drinking water across the state.
  • There are over 17,500 plumbing facilities by occupants by room in structures built before 1939 in KS-03; 775 houses lack complete plumbing.

Broadband

Airports

  • Kansas is expected to receive approximately $109 million for airport infrastructure development.
  • KS-03 is served by Johnson County Executive Airport as well as the nearby Kansas City International Airport.

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