Federal Infrastructure Bill Resource Center

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For more than 95 years, Caterpillar products and services have helped improve the lives of people around the world. Our global customers use Cat equipment to build the infrastructure that provides access to water, electricity, roads, bridges, hospitals, schools and so much more. Infrastructure is core to Caterpillar’s businesses. We not only build it, but we also rely on highways, railways, airports, and ports to get inputs to our manufacturing facilities, to get products, parts, and components to our dealers and customers, and to get our employees to and from work safely every day.  

In the United States, Caterpillar supported the congressional passage of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) also known as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL). This legislation provides historic levels of funding to build, repair and upgrade America’s roads and bridges, as well as billions in additional funding for rail, transit, port, waterway, airport and broadband internet infrastructure improvements. A modern and reliable infrastructure system is key to the global competitiveness of U.S. manufacturers. These investments will help the U.S. remain globally competitive – promoting domestic production as well as exports around the world.  As a net exporter, Caterpillar believes that an upgrade to U.S. infrastructure will serve its global network of dealers and customers more efficiently.  

To learn more about the infrastructure investments proposed in the IIJA, please see the related links below:

Official White House BIL guidebook to the funding available under the law, as well as an explanatory document that shows, in as much detail as currently available, program-by-program information.

This website will serve as your one-stop-shop for the Federal Highway Administration’s implementation of the BIL, including everything from fact sheets and funding notices to guidance, regulations, and presentations.

Department of Energy Bill Homepage contains information on 60 new DOE programs as well as expanded funding for 12 existing Research, Development, Demonstration, and Deployment (RDD&D) programs.

U.S. Department of Transportation state-by-state fact sheets that highlight how the BIL will deliver for communities across the country.

Association of Equipment Manufacturers’ collection of quality resources, information, and updates about the implementation of the BIL. This site will frequently be updated as funding opportunities are announced.