Infrastructure

Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal Will Boost Heartland Exporters

The Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal, signed into law on November 15, brings much needed—albeit long overdue—relief and forward looking investments. The deal includes $42 billion for ports and airports and $66 billion in passenger and freight rail. According to the Coalition for America’s Gateways and Trade Corridors, the bill will provide up to $78 billion over five years to address the interconnected system that moves freight across the country.

Mission Critical: Infrastructure

Join our expert panel to learn about infrastructure challenges the U.S. Heartland must overcome to remain globally competitive, and putting politics aside, what shared challenges and solutions are there for global collaboration in infrastructure.

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