A closer look at Biden's $2T infrastructure and tax proposal

  • $115 billion to modernize the bridges, highways and roads that are in the worst shape.
  • $85 billion for public transit
  • $80 billion to modernize Amtrak's heavily trafficked Northeast Corridor line
  • $174 billion to build 500,000 electric vehicle charging stations
  • $25 billion to upgrade air travel and airports
  • $17 billion for waterways and coastal ports
  • $50 billion to improve infrastructure resilience
  • $111 billion to replace lead water pipes and upgrade sewer systems.
  • $100 billion to build high-speed broadband $100 billion to upgrade the resilience of the power grid
  • $18 billion to modernize Veterans Affairs hospitals and clinics
  • $20 billion to redress communities whose neighborhoods — typically nonwhite — were divided by highway projects
  • $213 billion to produce, preserve and retrofit more than 2 million affordable houses and buildings
  • $100 billion to upgrade and build new schools
  • $400 billion to expand long-term care services under Medicaid
  • $180 billion invested in research and development projects
  • $300 billion for manufacturing, including funds for the computer chip sector, improved access to capital and investment in clean energy through federal procurement
  • $100 billion for workforce development

Biden's plan would finance projects by:

A closer look at Biden's $2T infrastructure and tax proposal

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