Analysts measure Infrastructure bill’s net road & bridge funding gains

Sources: National Stone Sand & Gravel Association, Alexandria, Va.; American Road & Transportation Builders Association, Washington, D.C.; Rock Products staff

National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association Vice President of Government and Regulatory Affairs Michele Stanley calls the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, subject of a November 15 White House signing ceremony, the most important piece of transportation legislation since the Interstate Highway System-enabling Federal Aid Highway Act of 1956. Most telling in her analysis of NSSGA and American Road & Transportation Builders Association figures are projected 2022-2026 Federal Highway Administration funding levels: $67.7 billion-$72.9 billion, versus $49 billion this year. Full report here.