Lawmakers in Washington are expected to vote this week on the $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill. Over the weekend, Senate negotiators finished whittling the massive 2,700-page bill. More than half of the money would be spent on new investments, including $110 billion for roads and bridges, $39 billion for public transit and $66 billion for rail projects.
There are billions more for water infrastructure, airports, ports, broadband internet access and electric-vehicle charging stations. Some of this money could be allocated for the long-awaited Gateway Tunnel project. Lawmakers also hope to vote on a $3.5 trillion budget plan this week.