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Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) Maps Dashboard

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If citing this data for research purposes or for use in other public data products, please use the following suggested citation: 

Build.gov (2023). Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) Maps Dashboard. Retrieved from https://d2d.gsa.gov/report/bipartisan-infrastructure-law-bil-maps-dashboard, [ADD DATE OF RETRIEVAL]

A note about this data:

These maps are intended to be illustrative of the scope of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and the impact it has in all American communities, including yours.

All announcement data represented on these maps, including award and project locations and funding amounts, is preliminary and non-binding. Awards may be contingent on meeting certain requirements.

Data represents announced funding (formula and discretionary) as of April 20, 2023 and awarded funding as of March 31, 2023. This is a small subset of what the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will fund and is not intended to be comprehensive.

Amounts on “State-Level Summary of Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) Funding as of April 20, 2023” represent the sum of formula funding allocated to each state/territory and discretionary recipients within that state/territory. The total amount shown may not be awarded directly to the state/territory government (for example: FAA Airport Infrastructure Grants are awarded directly to airports but are shown as part of the announced funding within the state the airport is located in).

Locations indicated on “Announced and Select Awarded Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) Funding Locations as of April 20, 2023” are intended to be illustrative and do not necessarily represent the primary place of performance or recipient location. In most cases, the location shown on the map is the centroid of the city or county in which the funding is located. Additionally, in the case where multiple awards are in the same location, a technique called ‘jittering’ is used to separate overlapping marks. Further, announcements and/or award data does not always equal a project, as a single announcement or award can cover multiple projects in multiple locations. Likewise, a project may be funded by multiple awards. Government-wide reporting standards for awards require agencies to report the primary place where work is being done or where the awardee is located. As a result, one dot on this map may represent multiple projects in multiple locations. Check the description for more information.

To provide as much insight into spending as possible, as of January 2023 this map now contains both announced and select awarded BIL funding. Note that there are some important differences:

  • Announced funding, which is captured from Agency press releases, is preliminary and non-binding and therefore may be contingent on grantees meeting certain requirements, whereas awarded funding has been downloaded from USASpending.gov and represents actual obligations, which are defined as a legally binding agreement that will result in outlays, either immediately or in the future. 
  • Unlike announced funding, which provides the maximum amount a grantee may receive (subject to meeting certain requirements as noted above), awarded funding represents the sum of all obligations under that award as of the data date of the USASpending report, which is currently March 31, 2023, and therefore does not necessarily represent the final award amount.
  • Further, this map currently contains only a subset of all awarded funding, specifically the following programs: 
    • Department of Agriculture
      • Reforestation Trust Fund (Replant Act)
    • Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration 
      • Highway Safety Improvement Program
      • National Highway Freight Program
      • Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program
      • Surface Transportation Block Grant Program
      • National Highway Performance Program
      • Nationally Significant Federal Lands and Tribal Projects
      • Promoting Resilient Operations for Transformative, Efficient, and Cost-Saving Transportation (PROTECT) - Formula
      • Carbon Reduction Program
      • Territorial Highway Program
    • Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration
      • Facilities and Equipment
    • Environmental Protection Agency
      • National Estuary Program Grants
      • Brownfields State & Tribal Response Programs
      • Geographic Programs - Long Island Sound
      • Geographic Programs - Great Lakes Restoration Initiative
  • Therefore, because they represent different statuses, announced and awarded funding should not be summed or compared.  
  • Funds allocated to Tribal governments are shown within the state/territory where that Tribal government is located. In most cases, funds allocated to entities that cross state/territory lines (such as urbanized areas) are divided amongst the involved states. Awards with no specific location are not included in the maps or total funding amounts.

Note to data users: If trying to sum the announced and awarded funding by program and comparing it to the appropriation amount for the program in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Guidebook, note that there are some known instances (including the Army Corps of Engineers programs) where that sum may appear to exceed the appropriation amount due to how the funding was tagged. 


  • Announcements Data: On a monthly basis, Agencies report all announcements of funding that they have made within the last month (typically via an Agency press release or apportionment table). 
  • Awards Data: Data are downloaded from USASpending.gov and include all awards over $100,000 (as of the data date of the report) tagged with a Disaster Emergency Fund Code (DEFC) of “1” or “Z”, which indicates the award is related to the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. 

As noted above, the data on this map represents only a subset of all federal awards. To pull all awards funded by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, users can view a tutorial explaining the steps in the ‘How to Find COVID and Infrastructure Spending’ video here.

Last Page Update: 05/11/2023

Last Data Update: 04/20/2023 for Announced Funding and 03/31/2023 for Awarded Funding

Frequency of update: Monthly

CUI Designation: Not CUI (Public)

Visibility: Public

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