Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act

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This New Jersey Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) Information Hub is here to help you!

Our goal is to make grant information and deadlines visible and digestible to municipalities, counties, departments, and stakeholders in terms of the once-in-a-generation discretionary (competitive) funding opportunities that are available under the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, also known as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. IIJA discretionary funding supports many programs that have the ability to move New Jersey forward.


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Interactive IIJA Funding Guide

An interactive guide for local governments to help identify the ideal path forward for their infrastructure projects.

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IIJA office’s goals/objectives

IIJA Office’s Goals/Objectives

The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), also known as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) (P.L 117-58), at its core is a surface transportation reauthorization bill. Every five years, Congress provides state departments of transportation with a new reauthorization bill to maintain surface transportation assets across the nation. BIL was notable as a large increase to existing programs that also created new programs, including the largest-ever federal investment in broadband, lead service line replacement, and electric vehicle charging.

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IIJA Implementation in NJ – 1 Year Report

In the first 18 months of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, New Jersey has announced plans for deployment of roughly $5.7 billion in infrastructure spending across the state. Of the announced funding, New Jersey won almost $520 million in competitive, discretionary funding. Projects have been announced in every county.

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Of The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act


Increasing broadband adoption, digital access, and affordability.

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Improving affordable and reliable transportation options for New Jersey residents.

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Highways & Bridges

Rehabilitating and rethinking New Jersey’s roads and bridges, safely and reliability.

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Energy and Environment

Lowering carbon emissions and preparing New Jersey for the Green Energy future.

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Renewing water systems, from lead pipe replacement to addressing emerging contaminants and PFAS.

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Electric Vehicles

Building a statewide network of charging capacity to encourage adoption of Electric Vehicles.

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In The News

Biden-Harris Administration Announces More Than $66 Million to Help New Jersey Communities Address Emerging Contaminants in Drinking Water

Posted: 2/13/2023

Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced more than $66.1 million from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to address emerging contaminants, like Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS), in drinking water in New Jersey.

Commissioner LaTourette Joins Vice President Harris to Announce New Jersey's Participation in Program to Accelerate Lead Service Line Replacements in Underserved Communities

Posted: 1/27/2023

The Lead Service Line Replacement Accelerator community initiative, made possible by dedicated funding provided through the landmark federal Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL).

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