On First Anniversary of Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, Rosen Highlights Infrastructure Investments for Nevada

To Date, Nearly $1.7 Billion In Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Funding Has Been Announced For Nevada To Support Over 70 Different Projects 

WASHINGTON DC – Today, U.S. Senator Jacky Rosen (D-NV) is recognizing and celebrating the first anniversary of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, which she helped write and pass, being signed into law. Senator Rosen specifically helped write key airport and broadband sections of the bill as she worked to secure critical wins for Nevada. The final infrastructure package included the text of three of Senator Rosen’s bills: the Middle Mile Broadband Deployment Act, the TOURISM Act, and the Cyber Sense Act.

“One year ago, I worked with a group of colleagues from across the aisle to write and pass the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law that has already provided nearly $1.7 billion so far to more than 70 different projects all across Nevada,” dijo el Senador Rosen. “From delivering faster and more reliable internet, to modernizing our airports, to making our roads and bridges safer, to mitigating the threats of droughts and wildfires, this landmark legislation is already delivering for our state and will benefit Nevadans for generations to come.” 

To date, the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law has provided Nevada with:

  • $1.2 billion for Nevada roads, bridges, roadway safety, and major projects
  • $72.6 million to provide clean and safe water across Nevada and improve water infrastructure
  • Nearly $90 million to improve public transportation options across Nevada
  • $9.9 million for the Clean School Bus Program
  • 161,000 Nevada households enrolled in the Affordable Connectivity Program for high-speed internet access, with more signing up every day
  • Approximately $145 million for clean energy, energy efficiency, and power
  • More than $58 million for Nevada’s airports
  • Approximately $49 million for infrastructure resilience
  • $13.7 million to build out a network of electric vehicle chargers across the state  
  • $500,000 for cleaning up Superfund and brownfield sites