Bipartisan Infrastructure Law

The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, also known as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, is the largest investment in American history devoted to the restoration and protection of the environment and infrastructure. It is providing much needed funding to rebuild the country’s roads and bridges, tackle the climate crisis, and advance environmental justice.

In the National Park Service, the law is funding projects that address environmental and infrastructure concerns in national parks, including wildland fire safety and restoration efforts, climate crisis intervention, legacy pollution eradication, and transportation enhancements. 

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    Ecosystem Restoration

    The law addresses environmental concerns, including climate crisis intervention and legacy pollution eradication.

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    The law is the single largest investment in road and bridge repair and reconstruction since the interstate highway system was constructed.

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    Wildland Fire

    The law is investing in a larger and better equipped fire fighting force and hazardous fuels management and post-wildfire restoration.

Last updated: October 6, 2023