Implementing the IIJA with Eno

Implementing the IIJA with Eno

Implementing the IIJA with Eno


59 billion for highways. 13 billion for mass transit. Billions for INFRA, CIG, and CRISI grants—and that’s only (slightly less than) the half of it.

In November, Congress passed the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), directing over $550 billion in new spending to projects ranging from bridges and pipelines to transportation cybersecurity initiatives. But a historic bill requires a historic implementation effort. How will the money be spent? Over what period? And what do these critical investments mean for riders, planners, and workers?

If you’re trying to find your way through the implementation of the IIJA, join Eno staff and a host of public officials, academics, and professionals as we explore the roll out of one of the largest transportation investments in U.S. history.

Throughout Eno’s Implementing the IJJA webinar series, we will examine how different sectors, governments, and transportation modes are affected by the IIJA, and what industry professionals can expect in the near future. So fasten your seatbelts and don’t miss your chance to stay ahead of the curve on implementing the IIJA.

Webinar: The IIJA in Play: Six Months Later

In November 2021, President Biden signed the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), the single largest infrastructure spending bill in American history. But with so many opportunities, projects, and problems to address, it’s easy to lose track of how this momentous bill has and will affect states, municipalities, and people across the nation. Fortunately, Eno has you covered. Our first webinar featured Katie Thomson, Director of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Implementation at the USDOT to see the path ahead on federal infrastructure support.

Watch the Recording:

For more information concerning implementation of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, including the latest news and updates, grant opportunities and awardees, as well as job opportunities made available through the law, please visit the USDOT website.

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