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Historic Investments in Louisiana's Future

“I recognize the tremendous opportunity the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law represents for our state. These investments in infrastructure will transform Louisiana by providing much needed repairs to our roads and bridges, delivering broadband internet to every household, ensuring resilient coastal infrastructure, updating water systems, addressing legacy pollution and advancing Louisiana’s Climate Action Plan."   – Governor John Bel Edwards

Louisiana BIL and IRA Funding

Over $10.1 billion in Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and Inflation Reduction Act funding has been announced for Louisiana. Below are selected funding highlights.

$10.1 billion

announced for Louisiana

$3.84 billion

for Roads, Bridges & Safety

$1.29 billion

for Resilience of infrastructure

$1.58 billion

for Clean Energy & the Power Grid

$1.58 billion

for High-Speed Internet

$258 million

for Water systems

$202 million

for Public Transportation

$164 million

for Environmental Remediation

$164 million

for Electric Vehicles

$353 million

for Airports, Ports & Rail

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News and Events

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Our Priorities

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Louisiana BIL Dashboard

Syncing Louisiana with the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.

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About the BIL

On Nov. 15, 2021, the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, also known as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, was signed into law. With the passing of this legislation, states and local governments have an opportunity to make improvements in roads, bridges, safety, public transit, resilience, electric vehicle charging, ports, rail and environmental remediation, as well as increase access to clean water, internet and jobs.