Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) Roadmap of Resources
Federal Government Resources
Resource to help communities understand the best ways to apply for grants, and to plan for and deliver transformative infrastructure projects and services. Sections contain information on applying for DOT grants, finding technical assistance and resources, and learning about the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) programs.
This program is designed to provide technical assistance and capacity building resources to improve and foster thriving communities through transportation improvements. This program provides hands-on planning support and access to a diverse set of technical assistance providers available to work directly with communities as they build upon local assets to co-design and advance infrastructure projects that address critical social, economic, environmental and mobility needs.
This tool outlines the FRA discretionary grant program based upon the entity, project category, and type of project. Based on these inputs, the potential grant program(s) suited for those needs are highlighted and outlined.
This website will serve as your one-stop shop for FHWA’s implementation of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, including everything from fact sheets and funding notices to guidance, regulations, and presentations. Has a subscription feature for updates and can browse information by key topics (i.e. bridges, climate, safety, electric vehicle, equity, etc.)
A Guidebook to the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law for State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial Governments, and Other Partners
PDF version of the guidebook
State Government Resources
This webpage will be updated by INDOT with information regarding discretionary grant opportunities and INDOT's involvement in administering BIL funding
New Process for Applying for Federal Grant - State Budget Agency Federal Assistance Process
This webpage describes what the UEI means and how to obtain a UEI for a community. There are also FAQs listed to further assist local agencies.
This center is supported through a cooperative agreement between the US DOT and the University of Maryland to provide assistance to agencies across the country to successfully implement initiatives and grants through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. Purdue University is a regional support center for this effort. Subscribe for updates on trainings, technical assistance, and funding notifications.
A pdf created by the National Center of Rural Road Safety explaining LPA funding.
Collaborative effort of several leading civic groups
Helps local leaders navigate and understand the large quantities of information from the federal government on nearly 400 funding opportunities available through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. It will help cities and towns develop competitive funding applications. Has a subscription option to receive updates on programs and a grant search feature to zero in on grant opportunities.
A tool to help navigate through the infrastructure law from the basics to the deep end of funding categories and topics.
Outlines the infrastructure bill and provisions applicable to county governments.