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202 funded projects in Wayne County
  • Middle Belt Road at Beverly Road: $206,202 in funding to address traffic flow and road safety.
  • I-275 North from 5 Mile to Northline Road: $1,968,859 in funding for bridge and ramp work.
  • I-375 Interchange to Jefferson Ave: $2,209,389 allocated for road and bridge work.
  • M-39 in Dearborn: $163,114 in funding for bridge rehabilitation.
  • Burns Street: $9,585,041 for improvements to the overpass on I-94.
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One-in-five miles of our roadways and more than 45,000 bridges in this country are rated “in poor condition.”

Democrats have made crucial investments to address these issues.

 


 

Through the Infrastructure and Jobs Act, Democrats are investing billions in transformational projects that will create good-paying jobs, grow our economy, and make our transportation system safer and more resilient.

Frequently Asked Questions

$2.5B in funding has been allocated to provide affordable, reliable high-speed internet to everyone in Michigan.

  • 914.8K households in Michigan are saving $30-75 per month on high-speed internet through the Affordable Connectivity Program under the Biden Administration.
  • Funding figures represent compilations of relevant programs from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, American Rescue Plan, Consolidated Appropriations Act, and annual budgets.

$10.3 Billion in public infrastructure and clean energy investments in Michigan under the Biden Administration, including:

  • $6.7B announced for transportation investments in roads, bridges, public transit, ports and airports, as well as electric school and transit buses, EV charging, and more.
  • $712.6M announced for grants, rebates, and other initiatives to accelerate the deployment of clean energy, clean buildings, and clean manufacturing. This is not inclusive of the clean energy tax incentives from the Inflation Reduction Act.
  • $196.3M announced to make our communities more resilient to climate change and other threats.
  • $490.4M announced to provide clean water across Michigan and improve water infrastructure.

These funds represent announced funding and allocations from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and the Inflation Reduction Act.