Washington, DC – Today, Rep. Ron Kind is highlighting the first round of investments in repairing Wisconsin bridges through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. Wisconsin is set to receive $45 million to improve the condition of bridges across the state, with a total of $225 million in funding to be delivered over the next five years.  

“Thanks to the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, Wisconsin is set to receive a record amount of funding to update bridges badly in need of repair. Modernizing our bridges is long overdue and this funding will help us create shovel-ready jobs, improve safety, and make sure communities stay connected,” said Rep. Ron Kind. “It’s time to rebuild Wisconsin and rebuild America.”  

Rep. Kind voted for the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law on November 5, 2021 and the package was signed into law November 15, 2021. This legislation makes a historic investment in our roads and bridges, access to broadband, water infrastructure, resilience, and more – all while creating jobs and growing our economy.

For a full list of bridge repair funding to states, click here.  

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